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Where to Be Tested for STDs in Los Angeles

February 2001

Thirteen clinics providing free testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases are operated by Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Free and confidential HIV testing is also available at these clinics. Appointments are not taken. All services are confidential. Anyone at least 12 years old can receive STD care without parental consent. Days and hours of operation vary from clinic to clinic. Call the STD clinic near you to confirm their operating days and hours, and arrive as early as possible to improve the likelihood of being seen.

No fees are charged for services in county STD clinics. For the clinic nearest you and for updated schedules, call the L.A. County STD Hotline at (800) 758-0880. The hotline also provides 24-hour recorded information between 7 A.M. and 5 P.M., Monday through Friday. You can also visit http://phps.dhs.co.la.ca.us/std/index.htm for more information.

Antelope Valley
335-B East Avenue K-6
Lancaster 93535
(661) 723-4511

Central L.A.
241 N. Figueroa St.
L.A. 90012
(213) 240-8225

Glendale
501 N. Glendale Ave.
Glendale 91206
(818) 500-5762

Hollywood-Wilshire
5205 Melrose Ave.
L.A. 90038
(323) 769-7932

Inglewood Curtis Tucker Health Center
123 W. Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood 90301
(310) 419-5362

Monrovia
330 W. Maple Ave.
Monrovia 91016
(626) 256-1600

Pacoima
13300 Van Nuys Blvd.
Pacoima 91331
(818) 896-1903

Pomona
750 S. Park Ave.
Pomona 91766
(909) 868-0235

Santa Monica
(Yvonne Burke Center)
2509 Pico Blvd., 2nd floor
Santa Monica 90405
(310) 998-3203

South L.A.
1522 E. 102nd St.
L.A. 90002
(323) 563-4112

South L.A.
(Dr. Ruth Temple Health Center)
3834 S. Western Ave.
L.A. 90062
(323) 730-3507

Torrance
2300 W. Carson St.
Torrance 90501
(310) 222-6571

Whittier
7643 S. Painter Ave.
Whittier 90602
(562) 464-5350

L.A. County STD Hotline: (800) 758-0880


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