What are the STI test options in Brooklyn,NY?
In 2017 approximately 2.3 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases were reported across the country. Although surrounded by areas with lower STD rates, the burrough faces especially high disease prevalence.
In 2017 there were 2,157 new HIV diagnoses across New York City, with 30% of those coming from Brooklyn.
Groups like NYC Health are working to combat the growing STD problem through education and services including testing, condom access, and vaccinations. Clinics are accessible to anyone 12 years of age and older, and are often operated on a sliding scale fee, low cost, or even free STD testing. These services are only for residents and i.d. is often required. Untreated, STDs can take a serious toll on one’s health.
Fortunately, there’s an easy way to prevent such damage! Keep yourself safe and healthy with regular testing at an STD testing site near you. Brooklyn has multiple choices, from the Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center on Fulton Street to Brightpoint Health on Sterling Place. The Interfaith Medical Center on Bergen Street and the After Hours Project Incorporated on Broadway offer testing services, as well.
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