Free testing that can detect the presence of HIV as early as one week after exposure.
HIV Rapid Test
HIV Early Test, Hep B, Hep C
(2 weeks via web)
At this time, persons eligible for HIV screening are:
- Age 13 or older
A man who has sex with both women and men, OR a woman who has sex with men
Is in an ongoing sexual relationship with a person with HIV
Uses condoms infrequently during sex with 1 or more partners of unknown HIV status who are known to be at substantial risk of HIV infection (PWID or bisexual male partner)
Has had a bacterial STI (syphilis, gonorrhea) in the past 6 months
Is a person who has injected drugs not prescribed by a clinician in the past 6 months
Has shared injection or drug preparation equipment in the past 6 months
Participants should be available for follow‑up for a period of at least 2 weeks after enrollment
The Early Test Program
The Early Test is specialized testing for HIV infection as early as one week after exposure. It consists of a fingerstick rapid HIV antibody test with results available in one minute.
This type of test is not typically offered at HIV testing sites and health insurance does not usually cover viral load tests for HIV screening.
Download the Consent Form for The Early Test here.