Image description: "Free HIV & Hepatitis C Testing" on first and third “Tuesdays of the month from 4 to 6 PM Eastern Time". A red HIV and AIDS awareness ribbon waves across the graphic. "No insurance needed or residency requirement. Tester speaks English and Spanish. Testing offered in partnership with Comprehensive Health Services of Lehigh Valley Health Network." The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo is in the bottom right, and the address is listed "522 West Maple Street, at Bayard Rustin Way, Allentown, PA 18101"
To reserve your appointment time, please schedule your appointment here. Walk-ins are also welcome, based on availability.
Testing is offered on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from 4-6pm ET in partnership with Comprehensive Health Services at Lehigh Valley Health Network. Patients can sign up for quarterly testing reminders.
No insurance or residency requirements. Tester speaks English and Spanish.
To learn more about our other supportive services, contact [email protected]
The Pennsylvania Department of Health, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Expanded HIV Testing Initiative (PEHTI) and the HIV Prevention and Care Project (HPCP), has introduced HIV Self-Testing (HST) for individuals who reside in Pennsylvania (excluding Philadelphia County). The goal of the getmyHIVtest.com program is to help people get tested who wouldn’t otherwise go to their doctor or to a testing clinic.
Tests are available from the website getmyhivtest.com. Individuals are asked to read the information on the website and answer a few questions in order to receive an FDA-approved, OraQuick home HIV test kit mailed to the address they provide. Support for clients who request and administer the HIV self-test is available through OraQuick and the HPCP, as noted on the website. Additional at-home testing options include NURX or binx.
Individuals who reside in Philadelphia County should visit PhillyKeepOnLoving.com to order the HIV Self-test kit and for additional information about testing from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
HIV and COVID Update:
How is COVID-19 spread? Can the COVID-19 be spread through sex? Research to date has found that the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can be shed through feces and semen. What does this mean for a person living with HIV? How can you best protect yourself and others? For answers and more information, please watch the video at the bottom of this page or visit this site.
HIV/STI testing for youth ages 14-21 is available every Monday through Thursday as part of our youth program, Project Silk Lehigh Valley. Young adults, ages 22-24 may access HIV testing through Project Silk Lehigh Valley by appointment only or through our regular adult testing times.
Sexual health programs are generously supported by: