Exams, counseling, testing, treatment, referrals and prevention education about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including, but not limited to Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, Chlamydia, Trichomoniasis, NGU, and HIV every Monday to Friday from 8am to 3:15pm (5:30pm on Tuesday) for no out of pocket cost. Services are available by appointment. Please call 910-798-6500 to schedule your appointment. Condoms are offered free of charge on a walk in basis during normal business hours.
Are you or someone you know living with HIV/AIDS?
Interested in scheduling HIV/Syphilis testing and/or education at your location outside of the Health Department? Or becoming a part of our condom distribution program to have condoms delivered to your location? Please contact our HIV Outreach Coordinator at 910-798-6778.
We provide a wide variety of birth control methods including birth control pills, DepoProvera, intrauterine devices (IUDs), free condoms, and vasectomy counseling
Women who are receiving birth control pills, DepoProvera or IUD services for the first time will receive an initial family planning visit and returning patients will receive an annual. As services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income and household size, proof of income must be provided at time of service. We are also happy to bill most major insurance companies.
Services are available by appointment. Please call 910-798-6500 to schedule your appointment. Condoms are offered on a walk in basis during normal business hours. Please complete the Female Reproductive History before you appointment.
If you are a new patient or need to update your information please complete the Patient Registration Form prior to your appointment this will help expedite the registration process for you.
National HIV Treatment Hotline
HIV Text Line
Text Your Zip Code to 566948
CDC AIDS/HIV Information Line
1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636) or TTY: 1-888-232-6348 24 hours
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