HIV and STI Testing and Prevention Resources


Some sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can go unnoticed or have symptoms that can be mistaken for a minor illness, including HIV. So the only way to know for sure that you have an STI is to get tested.

You can find HIV and STD testing in PA by entering your zip code at If you don’t get result on your first try, you may need to broaden your search area beyond the preset ten mile radius. Some testing locations are free.

Note that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, HIV/STD testing and care providers may have changed their hours and/or ability to test and treat sexually transmitted infections. So if you’re looking for HIV/STD testing, always call the provider in advance, to determine if testing is currently available. To find out more about COVID-19, you can check out the CDC information online

To find HIV/STD testing, go to

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If you still need help in finding testing,  or have basic questions about STIs, you can send a message to our online outreach staff at with the word “question” in the subject line. We usually respond within 24 hours.

PrEP pill closeupPrevention

Research shows PrEP prevents HIV infection. PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and is a once-a-day pill that is prescribed by a doctor. To learn more about PrEP, go to

To find a PrEP provider near you, enter your zip code on the PrEP Locator Website.

PrEP won’t, however, protect against other STIs like Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia.

Anyone who is sexually active can get an STI. Some groups are disproportionately affected:

  • Adolescents and Young Adults
  • Gay, Bisexual, & other Men who have Sex with Men
  • Some Racial and Ethnic Minorities

The Good News is that STIs ARE preventable. Here’s How You Can Avoid Giving or Getting an STI text page from the CDC. You can also download this pdf file with some helpful tips on how you can protect yourself and your partner. If you prefer something more colorful, click on the image below…

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