HIV Testing and Other Services Site Locator
Last updated: March 2023
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) in the United States encourages everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 to have at least one HIV test, so if you've never been tested it might be a good thing to add to your typical medical care.1-3
HIV.gov has developed a location-based search tool that allows individuals to search for testing services and other service providers based on zip code.4
Check out the HIV services locator here
Where does this information come from?
The database of service organizations is compiled from open data from federal Health and Human Services agencies (Center for Disease Control, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Health Resources and Services Administration, and Housing and Urban Development). It compiles all these resources into one easily searched database.4
Have you helped someone with HIV testing recently?
How can it help me?
After entering your zip code a map will be generated with a list of providers near your location. It will tell you what services are provided, like PrEP, testing, housing, mental health, family planning, and treatment clinics. It includes a filter to search for Spanish speaking providers.4
Interested in sharing your own testing experience?
Are you living with HIV? (select all that apply)
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