CONTACT INFO

4122 Metric Drive, #800

Winter Park, Florida 32792

P/ 407.645.2577

F/ 407.866.2793

E/ info@hopeandhelp.org

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BUSINESS HOURS

 

Monday - Friday | 8:00a - 5:00p

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

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GET FREE HIV TESTING

Free HIV Testing Monday - Friday, 8:00a - 5:00p.  No appointment necessary.

GETTING TESTED

 

Get your Free HIV Test at Hope & Help Monday - Friday from 8:00a - 5:00p.  No appointment necessary, plus you get results in about 15-minutes.  Walk-ins are welcome!  You can also find Hope & Help out in the community at at local health fairs and during outreach in our Wellness Mobile.  All tests are absolutely free and confidential. 

 

At Hope & Help, if your are diagnosed with HIV, we connect you immediately to our care system so that no loose ends are left and to ensure that all the support you need is provided.  If you are unsure about your HIV status or are living with HIV and need help, don't wait any longer, call Hope & Help now at 407.645.2577.

THE TEST

  1. To begin your Free HIV Test, you will first complete a confidential Consent Form.

  2. A quality-trained Health Educator will administer a Free HIV Test by first cleaning, then poking your finger with a lancet, and collecting a small sample of blood.

  3. The Health Educator will add your blood sample to the test solution, which searches for HIV antibodies in your blood.

  4. The Health Educator will collect some personal information from you and provide a personalized Risk Reduction Strategy also known as Safer Sex Practices.

  5. Screening results will be available within 15 minutes.

  6. If your screening result is Non-Reactive (HIV-Negative), the Health Educator will provide you with safer sex literature and free condoms.  Your Health Educator will also advise you on when to return for your next screening.

  7. If your screening result is Reactive (HIV-Positive), the Health Educator will administer an additional Confirmatory HIV Test by drawing blood from your vein and then submit it to the laboratory for further examination.  In the interim, the Health Educator and a Linkage Team Member will assist you with getting connected to resources relative to an HIV-Positive screening result, including additional support you may need.