FREE HIV, STI AND HEP-C TESTING

AIDS Alabama South offers FREE HIV, STI and Hepatitis C testing, including rapid HIV testing with results available in 20 minutes. Our STI panel includes Syphilis, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Turnaround time for STI results is 5-7 business days. Call 251-471-5277 EXT: 6100 for more information.

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HIV, STI AND HEPATITIS C TESTING

Confidential HIV, STI and STD, and Hepatitis C Testing: FREE.

HIV and Hep-C screenings include the following: (1) Rapid HIV antibody test (detects HIV after 90 days) and (1) Hepatitis C. Both test results are available within just 20 minutes. These tests require a blood draw.

STIs and STDs screenings include 3 site testing with a vaginal, rectal, and throat swab to increase accuracy and avoid false negatives. Even if you don’t have symptoms, you can still transmit STIs and STDs to others.

AIDS Alabama South's Prevention Coordinators will answer your sexual health questions with friendly, professional and trained staff. A wide variety of other referrals are also available, including referrals for Linkage to Care for HIV+ individuals.

Note: Confidential testing collects your name and contact information which is protected by state and federal privacy laws.

AIDS Alabama South, LLC (AALS) is conveniently located in Mobile, AL at 4321 Downtowner Loop N., Mobile, AL 36609.  You can also find us at different sites throughout the month.

Come on in and get tested! We have a variety of condoms (brands, sizes and styles) and lube are available free!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Get Tested for STI/STD?

The only way to avoid the possible transmission of STDs and STIs is to get tested. If you think you may have been exposed, get tested. People can become exposed to STDs and STIs if they or their partner have had unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex.

We offer 3 site testing with a vaginal, rectal, and throat swab to increase accuracy and avoid false negatives. Even if you don’t have symptoms, you can still transmit STDs and STIs to others. For more information about free STD testing, call 251.471.5277 EXT: 6100.

Why Get Tested for HIV?

The only way to know your status and avoid the possible transmission of 

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is to get tested. If you think you may have been exposed, get tested. People can become exposed to HIV if:

  • They or their partners have ever had unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex

  • They are the sex partner of a man who has sex with men

  • They are the sex partner of an intravenous (I.V.) drug user

  • They have sex for drugs, money or other gifts

  • They have shared unclean needles

Even if you don’t have symptoms, you can transmit the virus to others.  Protect yourself and prevent the transmission of HIV to others, especially loved ones, by getting tested. For more information call 251.471.5277 EXT: 6100. Click here to learn about treatment and prevention options.

Who should get tested for Hepatitis C?

You should get tested for Hepatitis C if you:

  • Have injected drugs, even just once or many years ago

  • Have certain medical conditions, like chronic liver disease and HIV

  • Received donated blood or organs before 1992

  • Were born from 1945 – 1965

  • Have abnormal liver tests or liver disease

  • Have been exposed to blood on the job through a needle or injured by a sharp object

  • Are on hemodialysis

  • Were born to a mother with Hepatitis C

WALK-UP TESTING AVAILABLE OR CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

TESTING
Monday - Friday, 9 am - 2 pm
4321 Downtowner Loop N, Mobile, AL 36609
Testing times are subject to change.
For more questions, contact Shan Thompson, HIV Testing & Education Outreach Coordinator, at 251-471-5277 EXT: 6100

HIV/AIDS Confidential State Helpline: 1-800-592-2437

Alabama Public Health HIV/AIDS & STD Hotline: 1-800-228-0469

AIDS Alabama South HIV/AIDS and Hep-C Phone Number: (251) 471-5294

ALL CALLS ARE ANONYMOUS

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