WHO WE ARE


We are a group of HIV and STD prevention organizations who have come together to support sexual health. Many of us are from the community ourselves. We also have our own sex lives, and know from our personal experience that it can be hard to tell partners that they may have been exposed to an STD. We also know it feels better knowing that we’re taking care of our partners’ health. We believe that the more ways we have of telling our partners, the better off we’ll all be.

HOW THIS WORKS


There are five sections and takes less than 2 minutes to complete.

Text a sexual partner that they might be at risk of an STD. If you text a partner, it will ALWAYS be anonymous. (Keep in mind that if your partner has only had sex with you, they’ll likely know it was from you).

You will be required to authenticate you are a real person and not sending a malicious text by authenticating through a text. This step will not reveal your identity and will still send an anonymous text.

The message that will be sent will look like this:

This is an important message about your health.
Please do not reply to this text.
Through an anonymous notification service, one of your sexual partners wants to make sure you know that you may have been exposed to (diseases selected will be listed here).
Since you may not have any symptoms, we recommend getting tested.
For more information, including how to find a free clinic, please visit http://tellyourpartner.org/info

SEXUAL HEALTH RESOURCES


If you can ask it, we can answer it…

Click here for information about STDs. If you have a question that you don’t see answered here, please write us at contact@tellyourpartner.org and we’ll do the best to answer it.

If you got diagnosed with……notify the following:
ChlamydiaSexual contact within the 60 days before you had symptoms or were diagnosed
GonorrheaSexual contact within the 60 days before you had symptoms or were diagnosed
Primary Syphilis
(Sores)
Sexual contact within the 3 months before you had symptoms or were diagnosed
Secondary Syphilis
(Rashes)
Sexual contact within the 6 months before you had symptoms or were diagnosed
Early Latent Syphilis
(positive blood test)
Sexual contact within the 12 months before you were diagnosed
Hepatitis BSexual contact within the 12 months before you were diagnosed
HerpesSexual contact within the 12 months before you were diagnosed
HIVSexual contact within the 12 months before you were diagnosed
ScabiesSexual contact within the 30 days before you were diagnosed