New Haven County, home to Guilford CT, recorded 3,067 HIV cases in 2017. The number of new HIV diagnoses during that year was 87. There were 79 percent of male new cases and 20.1 percent female new cases.
Chlamydia infections recorded in Guilford were 18 with a rate of 80 per 100,000 in 2015. The infections had significantly diminished from the previous year which recorded 24 cases at a rate of 107 per 100,000 individuals.
In 2015, Gonorrhea cases recorded were 4 with a rate of 18 per 100,000. These infections had escalated from the previous year which recorded 1 case with a rate of 4 per 100,000. Males had 12 cases while females cases recorded were 6.
Syphilis infections were the lease compared to other STDs with 0 cases in both 2014 and 2015.
The Yale-New Haven Health Program and AIDS Walk New Haven are some of the initiatives devised by the County to help its residents. They offer services like STD testing diagnosis and treatment, safer sex education, STD vaccination, and STD prevention services.
The Planned Parenthood New Haven, AIDS Project New Haven, New Haven Health Department, and Yale Health are some of the medical facilities where you may access quality STD testing. However, not all clinics may offer free STD testing.
A walk-in option may not be available in some hospitals and you may be required to book an appointment. You may also need to pay a consultation fee to see a doctor, and the test results might not be available immediately.