Oregon Herpes Dating and Support
Since 2007, HWerks has been the community site for herpes dating, herpes support and social networking. It is the members who make this site what it is and they join for many reasons. Some come for friendship and dating while others come for the support they cannot get anywhere else. We have a vibrant community made up of people from all over with various backgrounds and their own stories. We hope to hear yours. Join HWerks and start meeting people today!
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Oregon Herpes Groups (Local)
Please Note: These herpes groups (HPV, too) are not run by HWerks. They are run by awesome volunteers! While some groups may focus on support, others may be purely for social and dating. Local groups are just another way to meet people in your area and are a great asset to the community! Not all group members are a member of HWerks and vice versa. Each group is different so please visit their website for more details. Visit the Local Groups page to learn more about local groups.
Oregon Quick Facts
Population Rank: 27th
State Capital: Montgomery
Largest Cities: Portland, Eugene, Salem, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Medford, Springfield, Bend, Corvallis
Border States: California, Idaho, Nevada, Washington
State Size: 9th
Fun Fact: The Nike “swoosh” logo was designed by University of Oregon student Carolyn Davidson in 1964. She was paid $35 dollars for her design.
Secret Herpes Facebook Groups:
Local Secret Herpes Facebook Groups (HPV, too) are popular among the herpes community. Acting as its own container, only group members can see within the group. At HWerks, we have our own secret Facebook Group for our members. They have access to these groups and many others. Learn more about Secret Herpes Facebook Groups and how they work.
*For privacy, Facebook Group names have been omitted.
Secret Oregon Facebook Group #1
A regional group for single people in Oregon.
Secret Oregon Facebook Group #2
A regional group for the Portland, OR area.
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While most groups have a secret Facebook Group, some still maintain an internet presence on older mediums, such as Yahoo Groups. This is usually only for a point of contact. Feel free to reach out to these groups but your mileage may vary.
Central Oregon H Club
From their Website:
An open forum for people with Herpes in central and eastern Oregon.(or anywhere you may be) FYI,There are NO rules regarding post’s in this group and they will not be moderated.There is an extensive links page for just about any Herpes related info you may be interested in. You can reply to the founder to report dead links.
Inland Empire HSV Singles
From their Website:
This group is for Herpes singles (HSV-1 and HSV-2) and HPV in the Inland Empire, Eastern Washington (Spokane), Northern Idaho(Coeur d’Alene), Western Montana, Northeastern Oregon, Southeastern BC area. It is a place to meet new people for friendship, dating or romance, mutual support and for help with handling HSV HPV. The group is moderated but please refrain from posting anything that might be offensive to the members. A site is only as good as it’s members make it, so let’s make this one a great one!
Portland Area Friends
From their Website:
Portland Area Friends is a social organization for people 18 years of age and older dealing with the challenge of herpes.
We are not a group that provides medical information or treatment options.
Our purpose is to provide a relaxed environment for fun and friendship. We go to local and seasonal events, happy hours, dinners at local restaurants, movies, pizza night, and an occasional day trip or camping trip.
Each month, our members plan our activities to ensure that there is something fun for everyone
Many members tell us that they delayed joining the group for a long time because they were intimidated by the thought of attending their first event. The same members tell us they wish they had come to their first event sooner, because they found it fun and helpful.
The members of the Portland Area Friends welcome you to join us for fun and good times! You are far from alone in dealing with this situation.