Prevention/Testing and Outreach
Provides blood draw testing for HIV & Syphilis each week day at AOC and at community events. Risk Reduction Specialists counsel individuals on their level of risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections and connects those who test positive to support and medical services.
AOC HIV Prevention & Testing Testing Hotline 817-479-1200
AOC is conveniently located at 400 North Beach Street between IH-30 and Highway 121. You can also find us at different sites throughout the month. “The T” bus route #14 stops in front of AOC’s location.
AOC serves Tarrant and the surrounding counties, so come on in and get tested! A variety of condoms (brands, sizes and styles) and lube are also available free. ¡Hablamos español!
HIV TESTING CENTER
400 North Beach Street, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76111
- Monday: 9AM – 5PM
- Tuesday-Wednesday 9AM – 6PM
- Thursday 9AM – 5PM
- Friday: 9AM – 4pm
*Same-day appointments may be available. Please call 817-479-1200 for more information to check and see. **During drop-in testing hours, testing will close to walk-in clients once maximum testing volume has been reached each day. We may close before the posted time in that instance. To increase the likelihood that you will be seen, please arrive early during drop-in testing hours.
HIV & Syphilis
Confidential HIV Rapid and HIV Early Detection Antibody Test and a Syphilis Test: FREE.
This free screening includes the following: (1) Rapid HIV antibody test (detects HIV after 90 days), (2) HIV early detection test (detects HIV after 21 days) and (3) a syphilis test. Rapid HIV test results are available in just minutes. Results for the HIV early detection and syphilis tests are available in 7-10 business days. These tests require a blood draw.
Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
Chlamydia & Gonorrhea Urine Test: $30
This screening is a simple urine test. Please do not urinate for 2 hours before a urine sample is collected. Results for the test return in 7-10 business days.
Note: AOC does NOT offer oral-based (mouth swab) HIV tests. Confidential testing collects your name and contact information which is protected by state and federal privacy laws. When available, anonymous testing is offered but only for the human immunodeficiency virus test.