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Does Cobb & Douglas Public Health Offer Free HIV Testing?

Yes, we offer Free Rapid HIV Testing at the Marietta, Douglasville, Smyrna and Acworth-Kennesaw center locations. Testing is available during normal business hours, Monday – Friday. Walk-ins Welcome or schedule an appointment here. For more information contact us at 770-514-2815.

Where Can I Get Condoms?

Free Condoms are available at all health center locations. Businesses and Organizations that are interested in receiving condoms for their patrons, please contact us at 770-514-2815.

What is HIV/AIDS?

Cobb & Douglas Public Health’s HIV Prevention program is always seeking new partnerships with businesses and organizations in the community. The HIV Prevention program offers free educational materials and condoms. If you are interested in partnering with us, please call 770-514-2815.

For more information on HIV/AIDS, please visit one of the following websites:

What is PrEP?

How Can I Get Started On PrEP?

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is medication that prevents the spread and contraction of HIV. When taken daily, PrEP is highly effective for preventing HIV from sex or injection drug use. Make an appointment (select STI Services) or call 770-514-2300 for more information.

Request Us For An Event

Want us to come to your event? Contact our Health Educators at 770-514-2815.

HIV Testing Outreach Schedule

Testing is free, open to everyone, and confidential results are ready within 60 seconds. Please view our outreach calendar or call 770-514-2815 for a list of HIV Testing Events. You can also view our Twitter or Instagram channels for more information.
*Note: Results for tests other than HIV will take longer to receive if included during the event.