Test results are available in 7 to 10 days and often sooner. Our staff will review your results with you (positive or negative).
If you test positive for an STI, treatment is available. Many STIs can be treated with antibiotics. If you test positive for HIV, we will help you connect to local HIV test resources for appropriate care and support.
Partner notification services are available to help individuals diagnosed with HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases provide information to their partner or partners. When someone is diagnosed with HIV or another sexually transmitted disease (STD), their sexual partner or partners also need accurate information, testing and support.
In addition to Washtenaw County Health Department, other local HIV and STI testing providers include Planned Parenthood, Unified (formerly the HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC)) and the Corner Health Center. Many primary health care providers and women's health care providers (OB/GYN) also offer testing and treatment. Please see our HIV and STI Testing in Washtenaw County.
Washtenaw County Health Department provides HIV and STI education and testing in community locations and in conjunction with other local providers.
For more information or to schedule a presentation for your community group, contact Hope Delecke.
If you have questions about HIV, STIs and testing, here are some helpful links: