AID Atlanta offers free and confidential Rapid HIV Testing and Counseling. No appointments are necessary, however, allow at least one hour to complete a testing and counseling session. The testing center is open Monday – Thursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm and Fridays from 9:30am - 5:00pm. Please be prepared to show identification at the time of testing.
Results from the Rapid HIV Screening Test are provided during the same visit. Results will only be provided confidentially to the individual being tested, except for individuals participating in Testing Together sessions (available for any couple that would like to be tested together). If the screening test is reactive, indicating a preliminary positive result, a confirmatory test will then be performed and sent to an offsite lab for additional testing. The confirmatory test will indicate if the HIV virus is present. The confirmatory results may take up to 14 business days to be processed.
HIV testing will include prevention counseling and referral to appropriate agencies and community resources, as needed, that may include but are not limited to:
HIV Testing is also offered through a number of AID Atlanta's outreach events. If you are interested in scheduling a testing event please submit a request no less than 30 days in advance to Dari.Rogers@aidatlanta.org.
For more information regarding AID Atlanta's HIV Testing Program or to speak directly to the Testing and Counseling Specialist, please call (800) 551-2728 or (404) 870-7775 Georgia AIDS & STD Info line.
AID Atlanta also provides STD Clinic services for men and women that offer free confidential STD screenings and treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. The STD screenings are offered weekdays Monday-Thursday 10 am – 7 pm and Friday 10 am - 5 pm no appointment necessary! Treatment services are offered during the week as well, but will require an appointment. To schedule a treatment appointment or for additional information, please call 404-870-7722. Interested in participating in a research study with us? “The Minority Aids Research Initiative ( M.A.R.I.) Project is a comprehensive, one-time participation study addressing health disparities for Black/African American Men or Transgendered Women who have sex with men. The study screens for syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and HIV. In addition, participants receive a mini-health exam with take home results (including BMI, weight, blood pressure, and more!) Compensation is a $35 VISA gift card after completion of all parts of the study including a questionnaire!” Call Rig Rush at 404-870-7776 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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