Are you looking for Oraquick at-home HIV testing near Orlando, FL? If so, look to Hope & Help. Getting tested can make you aware of your status and enable you to live the healthiest version of your life. By taking that step, you can become aware of your status. At Hope & Help, we are committed to serving the Orlando region with high-quality healthcare and testing services. We have been serving the Orlando region with HIV outreach, resources, and medical care for over 30 years. We have a diverse group of medical providers that offers comprehensive care for every individual that walks through our doors. Our team is passionate about empowering the Orlando community to know their status and live healthier. We continually take steps to make HIV testing accessible and efficient for everyone in our community. Below are the areas we provide Oraquick to in Florida.

At Hope & Help in Orlando, FL, we offer an HIV home testing kit in the following counties:

  • Orange

  • Osceola

  • Lake

  • Seminole

  • Brevard

  • Hillsborough

  • Pinellas

How does Oraquick work?

Below, we break down Oraquick and how to use it to learn your status. The OraQuick In-Home HIV Test allows you to test yourself for HIV without sending a sample to a lab to analyze or visit a clinic. This method is safe, convenient, and effective. The HIV home testing kit provides you with preliminary results in just twenty minutes to know your status from the comfort of your home. This test kit is fast, accurate, and, now, free. To use, you need to swab the inside of your mouth, set the timer for the appropriate time, and wait. Hope & Help is here to provide free, comprehensive care so you can live your healthiest life. When you are searching for in-home HIV testing, look to Hope & Help. Contact Hope & Help in Orlando, FL, for more information on the OraQuick HIV 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.