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The Stonewall Alliance Center believes that it is important for everyone to know their status. We provide free HIV and Hepatitis C testing to anyone over the age of 12, in collaboration with Caring Choices and Home & Health Care Management. We are open for HIV testing many Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons. The schedule changes monthly based on the availability of our certified testing volunteers. We offer testing services completely free and confidentially (no ID, insurance or payment needed) and the program is funded through donations. Use the PayPal button below to make a donation of $18.00, the cost of one individual test.

Syphillis Testing through

We are now able to offer syphilis testing for free as well, through partnered organization For your syphilis test, call them at 800-456-2323. Explain to the call center representative that you would like to use coupon code STONEWALL, and they will provide you with a free syphilis test. Please note, is able to test for many other STDs, but syphilis is the only test provided for free through their website, in partnership with Stonewall. In order to obtain free HIV or Hepatitis C testing, you must come into our center and be tested in person.

How HIV and Hep C Testing Works

The OraQuick HIV Rapid Antibody Test looks for HIV antibodies and the OraQuick Hepatitis C Rapid Antibody Test looks for Hepatitis C antibodies. Antibodies are produced by your immune system when you’re exposed to viruses like HIV or Hepatitis C. If someone is infected with HIV or Hepatitis C, their body will produce enough antibodies to be detected by the OraQuick Test in about 3 months. In some people it can be as quick as 2 weeks and most people by 6 months after a new infection. The testing procedure for HIV involves swabbing your mouth for an oral fluid sample and for Hepatitis C a finger poke for a blood sample and using a kit to test it. Results are available in 20 minutes. Your test counselor can talk to you about actions you can take to prevent HIV or Hepatitis C infections

Know Your Risk


Only certain body fluids can transmit HIV: blood, semen (cum), pre-seminal fluid (pre-cum), rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, and breast milk. These fluids must come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or be directly injected into the bloodstream (from a needle or syringe) for transmission to occur. Mucous membranes are found inside the rectum, vagina, penis, and mouth.

Hepatitis C

Only certain body fluids can transmit Hepatitis C: blood or body fluids that contain blood. Possible exposures include: Injection drug use, receipt of donated blood, blood products, and organs, needlestick injuries in health care settings, and from the birthing parent to baby during birth. Rarely, Hepatitis C can also be spread through: Sex with someone living with Hepatitis C, sharing personal items contaminated with blood, such as razors or toothbrushes, and unregulated tattooing or piercing.

HIV Prevention

PrEP is an option that can help prevent you from getting HIV if you are exposed to the virus. PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, it is a prescription medication taken once a day. for more information and to find a local provider:

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For updates on weekly testing days and hours please call (530) 715-8611

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