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Where to Get an HIV Test
You can ask your healthcare provider for an HIV test. In addition, you can get an HIV test in many other places such as at many medical clinics, substance abuse treatment programs, community health centers, hospitals, Title X Family Planning Clinics, and even some pharmacies, as well as at many community-based organizations, AIDS services organizations, and even mobile testing vans.
One of the easiest ways to find a convenient HIV testing site is to use the HIV Testing and Care Services Locator. Just type in your ZIP code and, within seconds, you will get a list of HIV testing sites near you—including those that offer free HIV testing!
Find HIV Testing Sites & Care Services
You can also:
- Call 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) to ask for free testing sites in your area.
- Contact your local health department.
- Get a home testing kit (the Home Access HIV-1 Test System or the OraQuick In-Home HIV Test) from a drugstore.
Check out our National HIV Testing Day page for information and resources you can use to help promote HIV testing in your community.
Last revised: 06/24/2014