What are the STI test options in Gainesville, GA?

Hall County, where Gainesville is the county seat, has experienced some STD epidemics in recent years. Georgia has some of the highest STD rates. Despite this, Hall County’s number of reported cases of chlamydia were lower than the state average in 2010. Unfortunately, Chlamydia cases are rising. In 2013, an average of 178 cases per 100,000 residents was reported. Five years later, reported cases had increased to 217 per 100,000 residents, a surge of 18%.

In 2014, 140 in every 100,000 persons in Hall County were living with HIV. While this rate is lower than the southern Georgia counties, HIV poses a significant risk to Gainesville residents. Of those living with HIV, the most affected ethnicities are Black (68.5%) and Hispanic/Latinx (19%), with Black males 5.8 times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV.

Georgia introduced an integrated HIV Prevention and Care plan to reduce the impact of HIV on Hall County residents. Some of the programs and services offered under this plan include medical nutrition therapy, and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.

The AIDS drug assistance program provides FDA certified treatment for persons diagnosed with HIV. Other programs focus on increasing the quality of life for HIV-positive residents and reducing stress by providing a food bank and home-delivered meals, linguistic services, and medical transportation. As part of this initiative, it may be possible to qualify for free STD testing services, but people will know why you are there as there may be a lack of privacy at these clinics, and services may not be available at convenient times.

There are several clinics in Gainesville that offer testing, treatment, and support for these infections such as the Medlink Gainesville, Choices Pregnancy Care Center, District 2 Public Health Center, and the Substance Abuse Outpatient Clinic on Mabry Road.

Show More...

Not Sure Which Option Is Best For You? Let us point you in the right direction for STD testing in Gainesville, GA

Is privacy during STD testing important to you?
1 of 5
Would you prefer to order a test online rather than line up at a public STD testing clinic?
2 of 5
Is a short 15 minute appointment with no additional swab testing appealing to you?
3 of 5
If tested positive, do you prefer a guaranteed doctor consultation by phone?
4 of 5
Would you prefer a paid in-home test kit rather than a public or private clinic?
5 of 5

Based On Your Answers, We Have The Following Private Clinic Recommendations For You

Based On Your Answers, We Recommend An In Home Testing Kit. Peace Of Mind, Without The Hassle.

  • Order a home-test kit online
  • The test takes just 5 minutes and then mail in your sample
  • Receive your lab results in 2 to 5 days
  • FDA approved technology
  • Enjoy free shipping
Now Accepting FSA/HSA cards
Sponsored by STD Home Kit Testing sponsored by MyLabBox

We'll help you find a public STD Testing Clinic

Please use the map to find a public clinic in Gainesville, Georgia
0
People, On Average, Visit This Site From Georgia Every Month
0
People from Georgia, On Average, Take Action For Their Sexual Health

STD Statistics In Hall County, GA

Population

0

STD Cases

0

STD Rate

0
per 100,000 people

STD Breakdown

Statistics reported is based on publicly available data sources such as CDC for Hall County, GA. Data is normalized to accurately report Hall County STD Breakdown.

Peace of mind is just a click awayDon't wait any longer than necessary to find out the status of your sexual health. If your test results are positive, seeking treatment sooner can make all the difference.

Disclaimer

  • SaferSTDtesting.com ("Safer") is an informational referral site. We, at Safer, do not receive any compensation by referring you to any of the Public Clinics listed on this page. This service is provided to you purely for your benefit. We do, however, get compensated for use of advertisements. This Disclaimer is being provided for your protection and to fully disclose any relationship between Safer's referrals or display of advertising content.
  • Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.