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STI Testing and Treatment

We’re proud to offer comprehensive STI testing and treatment to our community. No fear. No judgment. Just care.

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No Fear. No Judgment. Just Care.

Testing & Treatment — Without the Nonsense

The Center is proud to provide comprehensive STI testing and treatment to our community. We offer these services without stigma, and with all the LGBTQ+ knowledge needed to give you the care you deserve. Our doctors recommend that sexually active individuals get tested every three months. Across multiple Center locations, you can find:

STI Testing

Our testing includes chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis by collecting the following samples: urine, rectal/vaginal swabs, throat swabs, and venipuncture (IV blood).

STI Treatment

Our treatment options include a full panel of STI testing and a provider visit. The patient is responsible for providing a payer source. Those who are uninsured can work with our team to identify options and navigation, or can be put on a sliding scale depending on their estimated annual income.


The Center also offers DoxyPEP prescriptions as a treatment option! For additional information, visit our FAQ below.

Need a Test or Treatment?

Call us to schedule an appointment. Walk-in testing is not guaranteed and will be based on availability, so scheduling an appointment is highly recommended! If you are seeking STI treatment, you must have an appointment scheduled.

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DoxyPEP 101

What is DoxyPEP?

Doxycycline is an antibiotic used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. DoxyPEP (doxycycline post-exposure prophylaxis) is the use of doxycycline as a preventative for gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis following a possible STI exposure.

Is DoxyPEP effective in preventing STIs?
Who qualifies for DoxyPEP?
Is DoxyPEP free?
Can I use DoxyPEP in place of condoms or other safer sex practices?
Is there any medical concern about using DoxyPEP repeatedly?
Should I still get tested for STIs after a DoxyPEP protocol?

Looking for Patient or Registration Forms?

At some point in your health journey at the Center, your provider or our Call Center may reference patient forms. We’ve made a list—organized by category—and subsequent contact information, just in case you need more help.

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