STD Testing Centers – Free/Income-Based

STD Testing Centers********************Private vs. Free STD Testing Centers********************

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Free STD Testing/Income-Based STD Testing Centers

For all US Residents: ONE-STOP-SHOPPING (Enter your zip code and find all the STD testing centers nearest you!)
For residents of Alaska, DC, and Maryland, and testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis. Tests for both men and women. Distributed by a research laboratory at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, specializing in sexually transmitted infections and diseases.
For residents of California and primarily Los Angeles county, tests are available for chlamydia and gonorrhea for women ages 12 to 25.
For residents of Texas and primarily the greater Houston area, tests are available for gonorrhea.
For STD testing centers located globally and those that also offer free or income-based STD tests.

Private STD Testing – Fast, Affordable, Private (US)

Convenient, affordable and private STD testing in days. Results are housed in a secure, password-protected portals and billing is discreet. They accept insurance, but there are no ties to your medical records and counselors are available to walk you through the process. Get prescriptions for certain STDs and consult with their in-house doctors about treatment and next steps.

  • STD Check – Get a 10 Test STD Panel – Same Day Testing
  • Call one of their certified STD counselors to answer your questions  1-888-927-2109

*For detailed information about private STD testing in or outside of the US, visit our private testing page!

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