From 2013 to 2017, thirty-three percent of all newly diagnosed HIV cases were among people age twenty to twenty-nine in Tolland County, New York. In 2014, the county had 244 diagnosed cases of chlamydia which account for over eighty percent of all STD cases in the county. In addition, there were thirty-eight diagnosed cases of gonorrhea in 2014.
In 2010, Tolland County, New Jersey, had 122 people living with HIV in the county.
Tolland County, New Jersey has many locations for STD testing. Residents can seek testing at Planned Parenthood of Southern New England Incorporated (Willimantic Center) on West Main Street as well as Generations Family Health Center Incorporated (Willimantic Site) on Mansfield Avenue.
Other locations that may offer STD testing include Perception Programs Incorporated on Valley Street and First Choice Health Centers Incorporated on Union Street.
County residents may also obtain STD testing at Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective (East Office) on Church Street and First Choice Health Centers Incorporated (Primary Care and Infectious Disease) on Center Street.
County residents who meet the eligibility requirements might be able to find county locations that offer free STD testing. These locations may not offer comprehensive STD tests and there may provide a limited number of STD tests.
In addition, people who are diagnosed with an STD may not have access to medical consultation or prescriptions for medication. Also, certain locations may not offer walk-in services or an option to schedule appointments in advance.