STI Awareness Week (April 14th – 20th)

April 14th through April 20th is STI Awareness Week! As a part of this week, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) encourages individuals to get screen for Sexually Transmitted Infections as a part of their regular health care routine.

Chlamydia and gonorrhea remain the most common STIs. “Teens and young adults across all demographic groups are most impacted by chlamydia and gonorrhea, with Black Michiganders being disproportionately affected compared to white Michiganders. Syphilis continues to increase at an alarming rate throughout the state. (MDHHS, April 15, 2024).

Local Testing Options:

Services offered

  • FREE HIV and STI testing by friendly, knowledgeable staff in a confidential and safe environment.
  • Free Condom Delivery
  • Case management assistance for individuals diagnosed with HIV
  • Access to PrEP
  • Support Groups

Services offered

  • Abortion services
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Birth Control
  • Pregnancy Testing and Planning
  • Gender-Affirming Care
  • Prenatal and Postpartum Services
  • Wellness and Preventative Care
  • Sexual and Reproductive Concerns
  • STD testing and Treatment
  • HIV Services
  • Vaccines

Services offered

  • Confidential STI and HIV testing for anyone ages 12 years and older.
  • Complete screening and counseling for STI & HIV risk reduction.
  • Pre- and Post-counseling for HIV testing.