Welcome to HIV Connect Central NJ

Your Comprehensive Hub for HIV Care in New Jersey

MSHTGA, representing Middlesex, Somerset, and Hunterdon, is your trusted guide for community-driven HIV care in NJ. We combine localized care with community collaboration and unwavering expertise to support your journey.

MSHTGA: Local Guidance for Comprehensive HIV Care

MSHTGA stands for the Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon Transitional Grant Area, representing a dedicated community initiative focused on HIV care in New Jersey. Our mission is rooted in:

Localized Care Solutions

Offering services tailored to the unique needs of our community members.

Community Collaboration

We're not just a name; we're your neighbors, friends, and local experts, all united in providing support.

Dedicated Expertise

With a deep understanding of the local landscape, our team is committed to guiding you through every step of your HIV care journey.

A Closer Look at Our Services

We’re proud to collaborate with over a dozen providers across central New Jersey, each committed to offering top-notch care. Some of our highlighted services include:

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Care And Treatment

Experience holistic care tailored to your needs, ensuring optimal health and well-being.

Counseling and Testing

Benefit from confidential sessions and accurate testing, guiding you every step of the way.

PrEP and Prevention

Stay a step ahead with our preventive measures, including PrEP, to ensure you're always protected.

Support Groups

Join our empowering support groups, a safe space to share, learn, and grow together.

Join the MSHTGA Family

We're more than just a platform; we're a community. If you're looking to offer support, join our mission, or simply stay updated, sign up through our form. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those living with HIV in New Jersey.

Stay Updated and Informed

The world of HIV care is constantly evolving. New treatments, research findings, and community initiatives are regularly being introduced. Stay updated with the latest news and breakthroughs in HIV care through our platform. Plus, learn more about prevention methods and how to protect yourself and your loved ones.
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