HIV and STDs
Request a Presentation:
Our program educator is available to make a presentation to your school or other group on HIV and/or STDs. Please contact Vikki Moore at 503-846-2815.
Cascade AIDS Project ,with funding from the Washington County Health Department, offers free rapid HIV testing every week in Beaverton.
Free testing is available for:
- Men who have sex with men
- Persons who inject drugs
- Individuals who are sex partners with a person who:
- is living with HIV/AIDS
- injects drugs
- is a man who has sex with men
Both anonymous and confidential testing options are offered. Testing is offered by experienced counselors who are experts in meeting the sexual health and risk reduction needs of a variety of individuals in a supportive and educational manner.
If you do not fall into one of the groups eligible for free testing, you can still get an HIV test. Please call 503-846-8851 to schedule an appointment through a Washington County health clinic. Walk-in and appointment-based rapid HIV testing is also available through Cascade AIDS Project in Portland. Call 503-223-5907 or visit Cascade Aids Project for more information.
Oregon Reminders is an online service that allows users to customize reminders about medications, STD and HIV testing and more. The reminders can be sent via phone or email. This is a great service because it provides another option for people to make a commitment to staying healthy and improving their sexual health.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases:
Confidential testing, counseling and treatment are available for STDs such as:
- Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
Treatment is also available for vaginal bacterial and yeast infections. Counseling, testing and referrals are also available for HIV and Hepatitis B. Services are provided by appointment by calling 503-846-8851.