Find low-cost or free STI testing facilities near you.
Getting frequent STI testing is important to keep yourself safe. Getting treatment right away if you are exposed to any sexual infections or diseases is also just as important.
Don’t worry about the STI test cost or let that keep you from getting tested and treated. No matter if you have insurance or not, you can easily get tested for free or at a low-cost at local clinics or healthcare offices.
Check out your options for STI testing.
Your Primary Healthcare Provider
Many insurance plans cover STI testing in full or at a lower cost if you have health insurance. If you are on someone else’s insurance plan, such as your parent or partner, your insurance may send a bill or a letter to them.
If you don’t have insurance, the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Family Planning Services Program offers a variety of reproductive health services. To learn more about the Family Planning Services Program, visit or to apply through COMPASS.
Medicaid and other government programs also offer free or low-cost STI testing.
Community Health Centers
Community Health Centers, also known as federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) get funds from the government to give low-cost or free STI testing.
Local Health Departments
City, state and county health departments usually host free or low-cost clinics that provide STI testing.
Other Family Planning Healthcare Providers
Family planning healthcare providers may receive private or public funding to provide free or low-cost testing for those who qualify.
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