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Get Tested Montana! 

The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV or another STD is to get tested.
Everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 should get tested for HIV at least once.

How often you should get tested depends on your risk.
See HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia pages to find out how to keep yourself and others healthy. 

Contact these local partners
for friendly, in-person quick tests for
HIV and other STIs. 

Billings

RiverStone Health

Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention
  • Connect with their STD and HIV prevention services here
  • Free HIV and Hepatitis C testing
  • Testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis C and syphilis
  • The Ryan White Program provides medical assistance and case management for people living with HIV/AIDS

123 South 27th Street / Billings, Montana  59101  /  406 247-3305

LogoPlanned Parenthood Billings Heights

  • Primary care and reproductive services for women and men
  • HIV services
  • LGBTQ services
  • STD testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • In person and telehealth services offered

Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 8 -- 5   100 West Wicks Lane / Billings, MT 59105  Call 406-869-5040 or book online

LogoPlanned Parenthood Billings West

  • Primary care and reproductive services for women and men
  • HIV services
  • LGBTQ services
  • STD testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • In person and telehealth services offered

Office Hours: Monday -- Friday, 8 -- 5     1844 Broadwater #4 / Billings, MT 59102  Call 406-656-9980 or book online

Bozeman

 

AIDS Outreach  

Dedicated to the fight against HIV in Southwest Montana

Serving Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties

  • Anonymous HIV and syphilis testing and support. 

601 Nikles Dr.  2C  / Bozeman, MT  59715 /  AIDSOutreachMT.org / 406 451-5718

 

Bridgercare

Non-profit reproductive healthcare providing services for women and men of all ages. Serving south central Montana

  • STD testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, molluscum, genital warts and herpes 
  • HIV testing
  • LGBTQ+ care including hormone treatment
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)
  • Free and confidential Teen Clinic on Mondays 3 -- 5, first come, first serve.
  • Fees based on patient income and family size.
  • All genders and orientations welcome

Office Hours: 8:45 -- 5, Monday -- Friday  1288 N 14th Ave #201 / Bozeman, MT 59715
To make appointment call 406 587-0681 or  Contact online 

Butte

Logo Butte-Silverbow City County Health Department  

  • HIV Early Intervention Services--no cost HIV testing, education and healthcare navigation
  • HIV and Hepatitis C Prevention--anonymous testing, counseling and referral
  • Case management for people living with HIV to help coordinate medical care including,  medication, housing, transportation and help with medical bills. 

25 W. Front Street / Butte, MT  59701 / 406 497-5020

Glendive

LogoDawson County Family Planning

  • Confidential reproductive health care for women, men and teens at low or no cost
    No referral from primary provider needed
  • Tests and treatments for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Free Hepatitis C testing
  • Private insurance, Medicaid and Plan First accepted
    Plan First is a new insurance program for women between the ages of 19 – 44 that offers free reproductive service, and STD/HIV testing and counseling. Apply at Dawson County Family Planning or go to dphhs.mt.gov/planfirst
  • Sliding fee scale based on income 

Office Hours:     Monday:  1 – 5 / Tuesday:  1 - 5 / Wednesday:  8 - noon & 1 – 5 /  Thursday:  No Clinic / Friday 10 -- noon & 1 -- 3
207 West Bell / Glendive, MT  59330 / 406 377-5213

Great Falls

Logo Cascade County Health DepartmentCascade County City County Health Department

  • Free confidential or anonymous testing for HIV and Hepatitis C
  • Low cost testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, and syphilis
  • If you are HIV positive, will serve as a case manager, helping you connect with medical care, housing assistance and other services. Contact at 406 791-9279.
  • To contact a public health nurse, call 406 454-6950

Information on HIV prevention from Cascade County / 114 4th Street South / Great Falls, MT  59715

LogoPlanned Parenthood Great Falls

  • Primary care and reproductive services for women and men
  • HIV services
  • LGBTQ services
  • STD testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • In person and telehealth services offered
  • Website

Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm / 211 9th Street South / Great Falls, MT 59405   Call 406 454-3431 or book online

Havre

LogoHill County Health Department

  • HIV testing
  • STD testing treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • Hepatitis C  testing
  • Free condoms
  • Reproductive services
  • Hours are at this time by appointment only. Call 406 400-2415 for appointment or more information
  • Website

302 4th Ave / Havre, MT  / 59501  

Helena

Lewis and Clark Public Health

  • Testing for chlamydia, HIV gonorrhea, hepatitis B & C and syphilis
  • The Ryan White Program provides medical assistance and case management for people living with HIV/AIDS

1930 9th Ave / Helena, MT  59601 / 406 457-8900

LogoPlanned Parenthood Helena

  • Primary care and reproductive services for women and men
  • HIV services
  • LGBTQ services
  • STD testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • In person and telehealth services offered

Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 9 -- 6, Wednesday 11 -- 7, Thursday & Friday 9 -- 6
1500 Cannon / Helena, MT 59601  Call 406-443-7676 or book appointment online

Kalispell

 

LogoFlathead City County Health Department

  • Free or low cost testing for HIV, Chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis B & C, herpes, syphilis
  • The Ryan White Program provides medical assistance and case management for people living with HIV/AIDS

1035 1st Ave West / Kalispell, MT  59901 / 406 751-8157

Lewistown

LogoCentral Montana Family Planning

Serving Six Counties of Central Montana --  Fergus, Judith Basin, Petroleum, Musselshell, Golden Valley and Wheatland

  • Reproductive health care and cancer screening for women, men and teens
  • HIV and STD screening, treatment and confidential partner notification and treatment
  • Free condoms for men and women
  • Sharps containers for proper disposal of needles, syringes and lancets. Dispose of full sharps containers for a nominal fee
  • Accept insurance, Medicaid and offer some financial assistance

Schedule appointment here  or call 406 535-8811   Toll-Free: 877 421-8646
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 - 5, Friday 8 to noon      300 1st Ave North / Suite 202 / Lewistown, MT 59457
If you need language assistance free of charge, please talk to the front desk staff for assistance by calling us at 406-535-8811.

Libby

LogoNorthwest Community Health Center

  • Full range of primary healthcare services including reproductive health for women and men
  • HIV testing
  • Testing and treatment for STDs -  chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
  • Same day appointments and walk-ins accepted
  • Northwest CHC Website

Office Hours: Monday -- Friday, 8 -- 5      320 East 2nd Street | Libby, Montana 59923 | 406-283-6900  

Missoula

Open Aid Alliance

works with the unique potential of each individual to overcome stigma as they seek greater health. 
  • Housing and support for people living with HIV 406 543-4770 (choose option 3) or email housing@openaidalliance.org
  • To connect with the HIV+ support group email sarah@openaidalliance.org
  • Syringe Services Program - Missoula  Safe injection supplies can be picked up at 1500 Broadway, Suite A on Tuesday & Thursday, 1-3 pm. Or place an order here or call 406 543-4770 and choose option 2. 
  • Syringe Services Program - Polson  Wednesday and Friday 10-3 in the Lake County Health Department. Call 406 304-7352 to be let in. 
  • Syringe Litter Hotline 406 543-4770 and choose option 5. 
  • HIV, chlamydia and gonorrhea tests available by appointment. Call 406 543-4775 and choose option 1 to schedule. 
  • To connect with peer support contact Melissa at mel@openaidalliance.org or call 406 209-8375

1500 E Broadway / Missoula, MT  59802
 

FDH and Associates

Gay Health Task Force - Building health communities since 1992

127 N Higgins, Suite 201 & 203 / Missoula, MT  59807
 

Partnership Health Center

Comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention, testing and treatment

  • Walk-in HIV testing for established patients. Also offered with any routine primary care visit
  • Top quality care for HIV+ patients including help with medical, dental, behavioral health, and substance misuse services. Serving 16 counties in Western Montana. Call 406 258-4121 for more information
  • PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), a pill taken every day to prevent HIV infection is available at PHC. More information here
  • PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis), a pill taken for 28 days after an exposure to HIV is available at PHC
  • For HIV testing and PrEP call 406 258-4418 
  • Established patients can walk-in for tests for HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and hepatitis C. Ask the receptionist to see a nurse for STI screening. 
  • The Ryan White Program provides medical assistance and case management for people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Contact the HIV Prevention and Community Health Specialist at 406 258-4418.

41 Railroad Street West / Missoula, MT  59802

Polson

LogoLake County Family Planning

  • Reproductive services for women and men
  • Screening for intimate partner violence, alcohol and other drug use, tobacco use, BMI and blood pressure
  • HIV testing 
  • Testing and treatment for STDs -- chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, human papilloma virus (HPV), bacterial vaginosis, genital herpes, trichomoniasis and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  • HPV vaccinations
  • Confidential teen services
  • Fees on sliding fee scale 
  • Welcome all genders and sexual orientations

    Office Hours:  8 -- 5 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday   Same day appointments and walk ins accepted
    802 Main St St, Ste A / Polson, MT 59860  406-883-7288

Syringe Services Program - Polson

Available from Open Aid Alliance

  • Open Mon-Wed 10am-3pm in the Lake County Health Department. To limit the amount of people in the building at any one time, the doors to the health department will be locked.  Please call 406-273-1888 and OAA staff will open the door for you.

 

 

 

 

 

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