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There are many ways to get answers to your questions about STDs. If you believe you have an STD and would like to be tested you can contact your regular healthcare provider, locate a clinic near you with our handy locator, or contact your local health office.
Locate a Clinic
If you suspect you have an STD the first course of action is to be tested. The National CDC Search allows you to conduct a search of HIV, STD and Hepatitis testing facilities near you by using your ZIP Code or City, State.
Tell Your Partner
Hearing the news that you've contracted an STD can be a devastating blow both physically and emotionally. With all the thoughts racing through your mind, the toughest one to grasp will no doubt be telling your partner the news so they need to get tested. If you're having trouble finding the words to say, visit www.inspot.org.
If the above resources do not answer all of your questions, use the information at the right to contact us or call one of the hotline numbers listed below.
|National STD Hotline||1-800-CDC-INFO (232-4363)||24/7
Mon-Fri 8am-8pm EST
|National HIV Hotline||1-800-HIV-0400 (448-0440)||24/7
Mon-Fri 1pm-4pm EST
|Florida HIV Hotline||1-800-352-AIDS (2437) English
1-800-545-SIDA (7492) en Español
1-800-243-7101 Haitian Creole
|Hepatitis C Hotline||877-435-7443||Mon-Fri 9am-9pm EST|