The CDPH's Bureau of HIV/STI funded to implement and strengthen STD/HIV prevention and control program for the 3 major STD'S: chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. In collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, the Bureau is supporting strategies to address STD-related priorities: eliminate CS; prevent antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea (AR GC); reduce P&S syphilis; prevent pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ectopic pregnancy, and infertility; address outbreaks; and reduce health disparities. Priority populations will include adolescents and young adults, Men who have sex with men (MSM), and pregnant women. The CDPH STD program is maximizing resources to address the following priority strategies and activities: STD surveillance; responding to STD-related outbreaks; identifying persons with STDs and linking them and their partners to appropriate care and treatment through targeted disease investigation and intervention; promoting CDC-recommended screening, diagnosis, and treatment practices among relevant providers; monitoring and developing STD-related policy; and establishing strong collaborations across public and private healthcare systems to support STD prevention and control in Chicago. As an integrated Bureau, the STD efforts are integrated with HIV prevention goals and objectives.