OraQuick provides preliminary results in about 20 minutes with no blood or needle. Read more on OraQuick testing click here.
There are several community organizations which are offering OraQuick but currently our primary partners are Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness HIV Prevention Services and Volunteers of America's STOP Program. You can obtain a free anonymous HIV testing by OraQuick at:
Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness HIV Prevention Services
850 Barret Avenue, Suite 302 and 305B
Louisville, KY 40204
(502) 574-5600 (call first)
Volunteers of America STOP Program
Temporary Location: 1463 South Shelby Street
Louisville, KY 40217
Phone: (502) 636-0742 email: firstname.lastname@example.org text: 9300222
Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness STD Specialty Clinic
Offers HIV testing by blood draw and counseling. The clinic also offers treatment for many STDs at a deeply discounted rates. Confidential blood draw HIV testing is available at $20.00. Anonymous blood draw HIV testing is available at no charge.
Temporary Location: 7201 Outer Loop, Suite 232
No appointment is necessary as this is a walk-in clinic. Please eat before you come in. Results come back in about two weeks. Results will not be given over the phone and you may call ahead to make sure your results are in. Please bring you HIV Test Card to get your results. A valid picture ID and signed release is required to receive a printed copy of your test results.
HIV counseling and testing is also available at:
Keeping It Real - The Neighborhood Institute (502) 690-6010
Planned Parenthood of Kentucky (502) 584-2473
Park Duvall Health Center (502) 774-4401
Dixie Health Center (502) 937-7277
Iroquois Health Center (502) 366-4747
Middletown Health Center (502) 245-1074
Newburg Health Center (502) 458-0778
UofL Student Health Services (502) 852-6446 (UofL students only)
Clark County Health Department (812) 288-2706
Planned Parenthood New Albany (812) 945-4844
Southeastern Indiana Testing
Site (Jeffersonville) (812) 288-2706
Lexington-Fayette County Health Department (859) 288-2437
Students of University of Louisville can access testing for all STD's with University Health Services (a.k.a. "Student Health"). To schedule an appointment call (502) 852-6479 for the Cardial Station location. To reach Health Science Campus Health Services offices call (502) 852-6446.
Visit: www.hivtest.org for additional locations. Remember HIV testing is offered at all local health departments in Kentucky!