STD testing and treatment, as well as FDA-approved contraception, are available at your local health department. All services are completely confidential.
Some of the medical services provided include:
We also provide educational services, such as:
Get the Facts about STDs, what they are and how they can be prevented.
The Coastal Health District’s HIV Program provides comprehensive outpatient primary care (including nutritional services and oral health) and case management to persons with HIV/AIDS. Every county health department provides free, walk-in HIV testing, and the Coastal Health District has three HIV Program centers for expanded services.
Our HIV program serves HIV positive clients over age 12, including those who have a CDC-defined AIDS diagnosis. Supportive services for clients such as hospice care, emergency financial assistance, food and food vouchers, housing assistance, support groups, etc. are available by referral with various community providers/partners. Learn more about treatment as prevention.
The Georgia Department of Public Health has a HIV/STD Infoline that offers risk assessments and risk reduction counseling as well as information about testing, treatment, care and related services. The toll-free number is (800) 551-2728.