The HIV occurrences in Neabsco, VA, located in Prince William County, were 50 cases in 2017 that slowly surged to 61 cases in 2018 and later dropped to 55 in 2019.
In 2015, people in the county who tested positive with Chlamydia were 1,891, which gradually went up to a new high of 2,852 positive cases in 2019, indicating improved diagnostic and screening measures.
There were 404 new infections of mild Gonorrhea reported in 2017, which rose to 447 in 2019. Syphilis was also prevailing with 38 diagnoses in 2016 and higher 59 diagnoses in 2019.
Chronic Hepatitis B was also reported to drop from 226 cases in 2017 to reach 181 cases in 2019, while Hepatitis C reported high cases of 416 in 2018 compared to the subsequent year that had 367 cases.
In the process of reducing HIV and STD transmissions, the Prince William Health Department ensures that residents can access STD detection, screening, treatment, and prevention education services. To reduce the stigma associated with sexually transmitted infections, the health department offers confidential HIV testing and risk reduction counseling.
Planned Parenthood – Carol Whitehill Moses Center and Velocity Urgent Care are among the numerous health centers in the census-designated place you can visit for STD and HIV testing and treatment. Other hospitals such as Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center and Sentara Lake Ridge also can provide comprehensive sexual health services.
You can opt to walk-in to a local health department to access the free STD testing services available, but you might encounter long wait times. Also, the services might be free for some STD tests but not all.