Fremont is part of the San Francisco Bay area, which is an STD hot spot. But Alameda County’s STD rates are lower than those of San Francisco County. In 2015, there were 5,354 people living with HIV or AIDS in Alameda County, with a prevalence rate of 388 per 100K people, just above California’s rate of 376.
In 2017, 9,193 people in Alameda County were diagnosed with chlamydia, at a rate of 556.9 per 100K people. The gonorrhea and (primary and secondary) syphilis rates were 217.6 and 13.8.
California has a relatively progressive sex education curriculum, and they also do regular STD awareness programs that include free STD testing, free condoms, and educational programs. This way, health officials hope to bring the STD rates down.
The Tri-City Health Center-Liberty Clinic on Liberty St provides STD testing. You can also be tested in the Planned Parenthood in nearby Hayward. They test for STIs and treat all except HIV. The fee is on a sliding scale. The San Mateo Medical Center Edison STD Clinic also provides STI testing.