I think I might have a sexually transmitted infection (STI), where can I be tested?

Clear Creek County Public Health now offers free monthly HIV, Hep. C, and other STI testing through the Boulder County AIDS Project. 

What: The Rapid HIV & Hep. C testing is free and confidential. No matter who you are, an HIV test is right for you. Know for sure. Get tested! Free and confidential, urine pregnancy testing, counseling,  and barrier contraceptives also available.

When: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday September 16th and Wednesday October 12th.

Where: Clear Creek County Health and Wellness Center, 1969 Miner Street, 2nd Floor, Idaho Springs.

Contact: Mariah Frank to schedule an appointment at 303-444-6121 ext. 119 or email at mariah@bcap.org

Call the Public Health Information Line at 303-670-7528 if you cannot make these times,  or to learn more about other STI testing services offered at the Health and Wellness Center.

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