What are the Free or Low Cost STI test options in Parma Heights,OH?

Cuyahoga County is among the regions in Ohio with over-the-roof STD rates. The incidents rate for STDs in the county may increase, considering most people are yet to seek testing services.

According to an STD Surveillance Report by Cleveland Health (2003-2015), chlamydia incidences rose exponentially from 7,077 cases in 2003 to 10,304 in 2011, which was the highest number recorded in the last decade.

Further, in 2014, the county ranked No. 13 for the highest number of new gonococcal incidences in the US, with a total of 3,213 cases and a rate of 254.4%.

Start Talking. Stop HIV is one of the prevention programs created to mitigate the HIV pandemic. The program is meant for gay and bisexual men and pushes them to open up freely to their partners regarding their HIV status. It also offers tips and strategies to help them practice prevention.

Without getting tested, you may put your partners at the risk of contracting an STI. Several clinics offer testing services within Cuyahoga County. You can go to the Cleveland Department of Public Health (McCafferty Health Center) along Lorain Ave, Cleveland.

Other alternatives include the J Glen Smith Medical Center on St. Clair Ave, and Care Alliance Clinic, also situated along St. Clair Ave in Cleveland. You can also go to the Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services on Hough Ave.

You can also count on other clinics that might render free STD testing services within Parma Heights. However, people might know the reason for your visit or you may wait for long hours to be served since the clinics experiences long queues. Also, the tests may not be as free as you think, some require extra cash.

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

Is privacy during STD testing important to you?
privacy icon
1 of 5

Would you prefer to order a test online rather than line up at a public STD testing clinic?
order online icon
2 of 5

Is a short 15 minute appointment with no additional swab testing appealing to you?
appointment icon
3 of 5

If tested positive, do you prefer a guaranteed doctor consultation by phone?
doctor icon
4 of 5

Would you prefer a paid in-home test kit rather than a public or private clinic?
home std testing icon
5 of 5

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

Compare All Different Testing Options

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
Compare All Different Testing Options

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 Parma Heights, Ohio
People, On Average, Visit This Site From Ohio Every Month
People from Ohio, On Average, Take Action For Their Sexual Health

STD Statistics In Cuyahoga County, OH



STD Cases


STD Rate

per 100,000 people

Statistics reported is based on publicly available data sources such as CDC for Cuyahoga County, OH. Data is normalized to accurately report Cuyahoga 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.


  • 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.