Will a.l.p.h.a. test me for “everything”?

a.l.p.h.a. follows CDC testing guidelines for testing individuals for STIs. After sitting down with your tester and discussing the risks that you have had for contracting STIs, your tester will inform you of the STIs you are at risk for and the tests that will be performed under our donation based testing model. If you are interested in testing for STIs that are not recommended based on your risks, we may be able to offer them for a fee. On average, STI a single test costs a.l.p.h.a. around $75. Most patients will receive at least 2-3 tests in a session. Please note that tests means different devices and in the case of chlamydia and gonorrhea means locations tested.

a.l.p.h.a. relies on donations and funding from the state to exist and cannot test every patient for every STI while still being able to remain open. We can, however, refer you to clinics that may be able to offer testing at a lower fee than ours in some cases.

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