A FREE HIV TEST

Contact WellFlorida’s High Impact Prevention (HIP) for a free HIV test at our office, in your home, at an event or testing site.

Knowing your HIV status is the first step to preventing HIV. The results will guide you in decisions you make about your own health and the health of those you care about. If you test positive, treatments can help you live a long, healthy life while protecting your sexual partner. If you test negative, there are drugs like PrEP that can help keep you that way. Get tested today to know your HIV status. It’s free, easy and confidential with WellFlorida’s High Impact Prevention’s (HIP’s) team.

Make an appointment HIP provides free testing at our Gainesville office every weekday, by appointment only. Call 352-415-0464.

Have it delivered to your door If you want a more private testing option, we can bring free HIV testing to you! Just call 352-415-0464. The Florida Department of Health now offers free OraQuick In-Home HIV Test Kits which they will mail to you. You may fill out the online form at https://knowyourhivstatus.com/get-a-free-home-testing-kit/.

Attend a testing site or event  HIP provides free testing at various sites and events throughout North Central Florida. Below is a list of our scheduled testing events. Check out HIP’s Facebook or Instagram page for updates!

Best of all, you can call HIP with any questions you have about testing, test results, upcoming events and more.

OUR HIP HIV TESTING TEAM

Scott Conover (he/him) 
HIV Prevention Program Coordinator 
sconover@wellflorida.org
P: 352-415-0459 x8015

Juila Cochran (she/her) 
HIV Prevention Associate
jcochran@wellflorida.org
P: 352-313-6500 ext. 8005

TESTING EVENTS CALENDAR

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Testing at Pride Community Center

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Free HIV Testing at Santa Fe – Main Campus

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Who should get tested for HIV? Everyone! Find specific answers to your questions about who should get tested and when here: https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/hiv-testing/getting-tested.html