What are the STI test options in Fort Lee, NJ?

Fort Lee, New Jersey is not just a bedroom community for Manhattan workers but has a thriving, multicultural population which energizes its cultural life.

At just over 2.5 square miles, Fort Lee, New Jersey is just on the other side of the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan. Its high-rises help house a population which was 35,345 and growing as of the 2010 census.

The STD infection rates have been rising rapidly in recent years, from 32 new cases of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Syphilis combined in 2012 to 95 in 2017. The count in 2018 dipped slightly to 87. Fort Lee was also identified as one of the cities in New Jersey with over 100 HIV/AIDs cases, at 133 as of the end of 2017.

Fort Lee recognizes the importance of sexual education in STD prevention, and its high school participates in the Teen PEP peer education program to further that goal. This is especially important for the many immigrant families in Fort Lee whose children may benefit from the program.

The Fort Lee area has many private STD clinics and some public clinics such as Planned Parenthood in Englewood which serve the area, providing residents with information about STD infection and counseling concerning their test results.

Free STD clinics may face a challenge in Fort Lee, as the local population includes many immigrants who may have limited English skills and could have difficulties accessing limited free services or establishing their low-income eligibility. In a tight-knit community, it may also be preferable to choose a discreet, private clinic.

Many clinics in the Fort Lee area have doctors who speak the languages of the city’s immigrant populations such as Korean and Spanish, and can help those with limited English understand the facts of STD prevention and guide them in testing and any necessary treatment.

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