Montana HIV Stats

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For more detailed information, visit: Hivdata.hhs.mt.gov

Montana HIV Summary (as of December 31, 2015)

  • Since 1985, more than 1300 persons reported with HIV infection; more than 450 persons are known to have died
  • More than 700 persons were Montana residents at the time of HIV diagnosis. An average of 20 Montanans have been diagnosed each year since 2000. 18 new diagnoses were reported in 2015.
  • Nearly 600 persons were known to be living with HIV infection in Montana 

Reported newly diagnosed HIV cases per 100,000 pop. by sex — Montana, 2000–2015

2015 MT Preliminary HIV Data for GetChecked.pptx

Reported newly diagnosed HIV cases by county — Montana, 2011–2015

2015 MT Preliminary HIV Data for GetChecked.pptx

Reported newly diagnosed HIV cases by ethnicity, race — Montana, 2011–2015

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2015 MT Preliminary HIV Data for GetChecked.pptx

Reported newly diagnosed HIV cases by age — Montana, 2011–2015

2015 stats

Reported newly diagnosed HIV cases by sex and transmission category — Montana, 2011–2015

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MSM: male-to-male sexual contact

IDU: injection drug use

HRH: high-risk heterosexual contact

NIR/NRR: no identified risk/no risk reported

 

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HIV Testing Rates in Montana

Percentage of Persons 18-64 Years Reporting Having Ever Been Tested for HIV/AIDS (Excluding Blood Donations), by Montana Health Planning Region, BRFSS, 2010

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Location of HIV/AIDS Testing of Those Who Report Having Ever Been Tested§, BRFSS, 2010

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