Special COVID-19 Statement
Because Richmond City Health District is closely monitoring and responding to COVID-19, some of our clinical programs have closed or offer different hours.
- STI clinic hours have temporarily changed. You may still call for a same-day STI appointment by calling (804) 482-5500 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 8:00AM-12:00PM. Clinics occur on Monday afternoon, Wednesday afternoon, and Friday morning and afternoon. Appointments are on a first-come first-serve basis. However, there are no walk-in appointment slots available.
- The screening-only clinic on Tuesday evenings is currently closed. However, many community organizations currently offer free STI screening opportunities during this time.
- Creighton, Whitcomb, Broad Rock, and Hillside resource centers are currently closed.
STI Clinical Services
STI clinic hours have temporarily changed due to COVID-19. You may still schedule a same-day STI appointment by calling (804) 482-5500 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 8:00 AM-12:00 PM. Appointments are available on Monday afternoon, Wednesday afternoon, and Friday morning and afternoon. However, there are no walk-in appointment slots available.
Resource centers are health clinics that offer STI screening and treatment, along with a variety of other services, available in public housing communities, Broad Rock Community Center, and Southwood Apartments. All services are offered to anyone and cost is sliding-scale based on financial availability. Please view our Resource Centers page to view availability and hours.
The screening-only clinic on Tuesday evenings is currently closed. However, there are other opportunities for free STI screening across the Richmond area offered by the following organizations. For even more testing sites, check out the CDC testing site locator.
LOCATIONS & HOURS
400 E. Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23219
Same-day STI appointment:
Call (804) 482-5500 on Mon., Wed., and Fri. between 8:00 am-12:00 pm.
PrEP (which stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a daily medication that is highly effecting at helping prevent HIV. Richmond City Health District operates a program to help Virginia residents have access to PrEP medication. If you’d like to learn more about PrEP and see if it’s right for you, fill out the "REQUEST INFO" form or contact the PrEP Coordinator at (804) 664-2125. Make sure to leave a voicemail and they will return your call within 2 business days. Learn more about PrEP.
HIV Case Management
We offer case management services and linkage to medical care to individuals with HIV infection. To learn how to get connected, reach out to our Non-Medical Case Manager at (804) 205-3750 or fill out the "REQUEST INFO" form.
At-Home HIV Test
Virginia Department of Health offers a free HIV home testing program for any man or transgender woman living in Virginia. In order to receive a test, click the button below to fill out a survey and have a confidential, discretely packaged test kit sent to your house. For questions regarding this program, contact Bryan Collins at (804) 864-7948.
DoingItRVA is a coalition of nonprofit, government, and private sector partners who come together to support the community through collaborative efforts. The primary objectives of DoingItRVA are to coordinate the prevention and treatment of HIV and other STIs in Richmond, as well as provide education on sexual health and wellness.
Need help finding resources?
Call (804) 205-3500 or 211
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