STI & HIV Testing 309-679-6655
Brown-bag Testing - Currently Unavailable
(July 17, 2020) - Please note that Brown-Bag Testing is currently not available due to COVID-19 restraints. We will update this page when the service becomes available again. Thank you for your understanding.
Wondering if you have one of the more common STIs or want a recheck? Just ask for "Brown Bag" mini-testing for quick and easy walk-in STD testing. It’s available for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea screening from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. daily in room 104. No fee is charged. Just complete a consent form and give a urine sample. It needs to have been at least one hour since you last urinated to do this screening. Results are available in 7-10 days.
Appointments - STI and HIV testing
Have symptoms? Have a partner diagnosed with an STI and need treatment? Call 309-679-6655 for an appointment for a full testing panel and cost. Please note: appointments are currently limited due to COVID-19.
Full Appointment Confidential Testing
- STI and HIV testing is available to anyone 12 years and older
- In Illinois, parental consent is not needed for STI testing and treatment for anyone 12 years and older
- All testing is confidential, but you will need to bring identification
The following diseases can be tested for:
- Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis - Results in 7 to 10 days
- HIV - Results in 15 minutes
- Charges may apply. Cash, checks, Medicaid, major credit cards accepted.
Who Should Get Tested
You may have an STI and not know it!. We recommend testing for:
- Anyone 25 years and younger who is sexually active
- Anyone with symptoms of an STI:
- Women: vaginal discharge, pelvic pain or sores, unexplained rash
- Men: penile discharge, burning with urination, pelvic sores, unexplained rash
- Men who have sex with men
- Sex partner of individual diagnosed with an STI
- Anyone with a new partner in the past 3 months
- Anyone with more than 1 partner in the past 3 months
- Anyone with a history of an STI in the past 3 years
- Anyone diagnosed with Gonorrhea or Chlamydia (should be re-screened at 3 months to detect possible re-infection)
The PrEP Pill
Take a 60-second survey to see if the PrEP pill taken once a day is right for you. It can help you stay HIV-negative. Call Illinois Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Assistance Program for more information at 1-800-825-3518.