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Sexually Transmitted Infection Program

Provides screening and referrals for treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Sexually Transmitted Infection Program FAQ's

What does "STI" mean?

STI is short for "sexually transmitted infection". You may have heard the term "venereal disease", or VD.  

What is the "STI Program"?

We can perform rapid HIV testing.  If you need assistance with further services we will connect you with the correct places/person. 

How do I make an appointment?

Call Public Health at 292-5910, and ask for extension 2212 or 2213.

How should I know if I need treatment?

If you are having any of the following symptoms: a discharge from the penis or vagina, burning, itching, a sore or sores, either painless, or painful, or your sexual partner has been diagnosed with an STI, you should seek treatment.

When should I contact this program?

If you don't have private health insurance, medicaid or medicare, or if you do have insurance, but can't afford the co-pay or deductible, and you have reason to believe you may need treatment, call our program.

For more information regarding STI treatment guidelines please visit Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Information from CDC

Want more information on chlamydia? (click on image)


Want more information on gonorrhea? (click on image)

Anyone who is sexually active can get gonorrhea.

Want more information on herpes? (click on image)

Most people with genital herpes do not know they have it.

Just Diagnosed? Next steps after testing positive for gonorrhea or chlamydia


DID YOU KNOW that Public Health provides FREE condoms to everyone!  Please call (845) 292-5910 x 2212 and we will arrange for discrete pick-up of condoms.