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Doneen Hollingsworth, Secretary of Health

Sexually Transmitted Disease Control

The goal of the South Dakota Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Control Program is to reduce and prevent the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV infection.

The STD Program provides statewide consultation and technical assistance, partner services, screening, surveillance, health care provider education, case management, and partner notification for reportable STDs in the state.

Get Tested
 find an STD testing site
near you

Facts and FAQs
STD descriptions, symptoms, and prevention

Healthcare Providers
information about STD
treatment and reporting

 

STD Reports
find data about
STD rates in South Dakota

Additional Resources
more information about state
and national STD resources

Meet the DIS

STD intervention, prevention and control is a cooperative effort that involves private physicians, other health care providers, local and state health department personnel and members of the community at large. A key player in the public health STD field is the Disease Intervention Specialist (DIS). Learn more about DIS and their work.

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