The AIDS Project provides free HIV and Hep C testing in a safe and confidential atmosphere.
The OraQuick Rapid HIV Antibody test detects antibodies for HIV. This test collects and processes a sample of blood with a simple fingerstick, with results in just 20 minutes. While this antibody test is safe and very accurate, additional testing must be done to confirm a preliminary positive test result.
To schedule a test or for more information, contact Sue at 802 254-4444 or email@example.com.
Should I be tested for HIV?
If you are wondering if you should get tested, or what to expect when you come for testing, please visit: http://www.hivtest.org/
Where else can I be tested for HIV?
If you would like to know where to be tested for HIV in other areas please visit: http://www.hivtest.org/
Where can I get more information about HIV testing in Vermont?
For a one-stop resource of HIV testing locations in Vermont, please visit: http://www.gettestedvt.com
Hep C test: The Oraquick Hepatitis C Rapid Antibody Test looks for antibodies to the Hep C virus. Most people will develop the antibodies in 12 weeks (3 months). Antibodies are chemicals released into the bloodstream when someone gets infected. This test collects and processes a sample of blood with a simple fingerstick, with results in just 20 minutes. A reactive rapid Hep C test should be followed by other tests from a healthcare provider to confirm active Hep C infection.
To reserve your HIV and/or Hep C testing time call Sue at 802 254-4444.
Who should get tested for Hep C?
Visit http://www.testhepc.com to see if you are at risk for Hep C infection.