What are the STI test options in Moline,IL?
STD statistics for Moline, IL are wrapped up in figures for Rock Island County which indicate an increase in HIV prevalence in the county. However, there is a decline in people with HIV developing AIDS.
According to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation county health rankings, the HIV prevalence for those aged 13 and over in 2011 was 134 cases, in 2018 the number stood at 219.
Where STD rates are concerned, statistics from the Health Department show a decline. The number of cases of chlamydia in 2007 was 755 at a rate of 505.4 cases per 100,000 people. In 2016, the number of cases stood at 694 at a rate of 470.4. In 2007 there were 270 cases – 180.8 per 100,000 people – but in 2016, there were 108 cases – 73.2 per 100,000 of the population.
Syphilis cases have risen since 2007 when there were zero cases although the number of new cases each year is sporadic. In 2016 there were five cases – 3.4 per 100,000 of the population.
“Fewer people are getting AIDS because tests are being carried out earlier and treatment starts earlier too. Unfortunately, 40% or so of people who have HIV do not get tested in time and develop AIDS before the year is up.”
There are several options for STD screenings and HIV tests near Moline, IL including the Adams County Health Department in Quincy, the AIDS Project Quad Cities on 5th Avenue in Moline, IL and the Asian Human Services on North Broadway.
Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center in Park Forest also offer services for testing and counseling.
Some services may include free STD testing, but hours and availability might not be consistent.
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