Total Sexual Health

SDAIHC provides care for the whole person, and this care includes addressing the intimate physical aspects of people’s lives. We can help you navigate your physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being through the services we offer at our health center. We invite you to let us assist you with your overall health and wellness goals.

Sexual Health Matters

  • Physical, Emotional, Mental and Social Well-Being encouraged through Talking Circles
  • Whole-person sexual-health services provided for people from all walks of life and backgrounds (parents, elders, and youth)

Disease Prevention

  • SDAIHC offers the following services related to testing:
    • STI testing, diagnosis and treatment, including:
      • Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), Chlamydia, Genital Warts, Gonorrhea, Syphilis Herpes, Hepatitis-C

STD Resources

HIV/AIDS (Testing & Daily preventing pill call (PrEP) PrEP Exposure prophylaxis)

  • How do I know If I have HIV? The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV is to get tested. Knowing your HIV status helps you make healthy decisions to prevent getting or transmitting HIV.
  • Symptoms: Swollen Lymph nodes, Night Sweats, Fever, Rash, Muscle Aches, Chills, Fatigues, Mouth Ulcers
  • Some people have flu-like symptoms within 2-4 weeks after infection (called acute HIV infection). See your provider if you have these symptoms and think you may have been exposed to HIV. Getting tested for HIV is the only way to know for sure.
  • Basics of Testing
  • About PrEP

Resources for individuals Newly diagnosed with HIV

HIV RAPID TESTING – Available at SDAIHC (Learn More)

CDC HIV Resources

HIV Self Test Instructional Video

All SDAIHC patients qualify:

  • Existing patients
  • New patients who register with SDAIHC as their primary physician, dentist, or mental health provider
  • Please bring a government issued photo ID and your insurance information to your appointment
  • Don’t have insurance? No problem – we may have a program for you.

How to get in touch with us regarding STD testing, PrEP, and HIV treatment?

  • Contact 619-234-2158 to schedule an appointment.

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