The EHE team

Tarrant County Public Health’s Ending the HIV Epidemic program aims to prevent the spread of HIV through education, testing and care; helping those living with and those vulnerable to HIV; responding to HIV-related outbreaks; reducing stigma and serving community members to overcome barriers and achieve their best health.


Free Services

  • Social-Service Resource Guidance through our EHE Care Coordinator
  • HIV/STI Testing Resources
  • Interactive Holistic-Health Community Event Coordination and Participation
  • Sexual Health and HIV-Related Education, including but not limited to:
    • HIV 101
    • STIs 101
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Cultural and Gender Sensitivity
    • Stigma and HIV
    • Creating a Welcoming Environment for Patients
    • and more

To request a workshop, please send us an email, along with the details as to when, where and the audience you'd like us to prepare for.



Connecting clients to resources

The EHE Care Coordinator helps connect people living with HIV and those who are vulnerable to HIV to social services within Tarrant County. These resources include:

  • PrEP, PEP and HIV-related care
  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Mental Health
  • Food Insecurity
  • Medical Care
  • Substance-Use / Abuse Care
  • Healthcare Benefits   

Contact our Care Coordinator



How To Help Prevent HIV

  • Learn more about HIV
  • Get tested for HIV regularly
  • Talk about HIV with friends, family, and coworkers
  • Invite us to participate in your community events
  • Schedule HIV-related education for your organization and staff
  • Contact us for mobile testing resources for HIV/STIs to have at your next event
  • Refer community members who need assistance with social services to our EHE Care Coordinator
  • Volunteer with your local community organization to help people impacted by HIV (contact us for information on these organizations)