Know your status: Get tested to protect yourself and others!
The Centers for Disease Control estimate that there are 19 million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) annually. Half of those cases are in men & women under age 25. Untreated STD’s can cause serious health problems, including infertility. The Health Department provides confidential and affordable testing and treatment for sexually-transmitted diseases through our family planning program.
Anyone who wants to be tested for a sexually transmitted disease is eligible.
The following payment sources are accepted for services through the family planning program:
- Plan First Medicaid Waiver Program (Women Only)
Click here to visit the Plan First site for information on eligibility and to apply online
- Private Insurance
- Private Pay: fees are based on a sliding fee scale following a financial assessment.
Payment is expected at the time of service. Donations accepted.
For more information about the Family Planning Program, please contact your local health department office.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Q: Are services confidential?
A: Yes. Information will not be released to anyone without your consent, unless required or allowed by state law.
Q: What if I can’t afford to pay?
A: The Health Department will not refuse you service if you cannot pay.
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