During its fourteen years of existence, NCSD has represented the interests of state and local STD program directors by providing a united voice to develop and articulate state and local concerns to national policy makers and organizations. With our broad membership reach, NCSD actively provides a state and local STD program perspective around the issues of STD prevention, treatment, and control, and the broader issue of sexual health.
NCSD has received multiple requests for information about sexual transmission of the Zika virus. We understand that several state and local STD programs are not included in discussions about Zika response, or about sexual transmission of cases.
April is just around the corner and that means, STD Awareness Month! To mark STD Awareness Month and raise our collective voices, NCSD has planned a number of activities that create opportunities for you to get engaged!
1. Virtual Hill Day for STD Prevention: April 26th