Anonymous HIV Testing

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Anonymous HIV testing means your identity is unknown. Unlike Confidential HIV Testing, anonymous testing does not associate a person's name with the test or the test results. Instead, you use a pseudonym or a code number to retrieve your results. The sample taken for anonymous testing can be from a finger prick for blood or an oral swab that the patient does on him or herself.

For UC Davis Students

The LGBTQIA Resource Center offers free, anonymous HIV antibody testing every Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Must be a registered UC Davis student. The LGBT Resource Center is located on campus in the [WWW]Student Community Center (near the Silo). (Show up starting at 6 p.m. to make a same-evening appointment). Consult the [WWW]LGBT Resource Center for more information.

Open to All

Planned Parenthood in Woodland offers anonymous as well as confidential HIV testing. There is typically a fee for this testing that is based on a sliding scale. Individuals interested in any Planned Parenthood services may be eligible for [Family Pact] [WWW]http://www.familypact.org/en/home.aspx. They are located at 520 Cottonwood Street, Suite 10 in Woodland. For more information, call (530) 662-4646 or see their website: [WWW]http://www.plannedparenthood.org/. Planned Parenthood also has locations in Sacramento.

Other Testing Options

Local clinics may also offer STI testing.

Other than anonymous HIV testing, there is also confidential HIV testing.

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