Our NEVHC health centers offer STI and HIV testing, treatment and prevention services for you and your partner(s). You can count on our health care team to prioritize your sexual health by providing confidential and non judgmental STI and HIV services.

(818) 270-9777

San Fernando Valley

(661) 705-2040

Santa Clarita Valley

Make STI testing a part of your sexual health care

STIs are sexually transmitted infections that are caused by bacteria or viruses. Anyone having vaginal, anal, or oral sex can get an STI. Many STIs don’t show any symptoms. The only way to know you have an STI is to get tested.

Testing at NEVHC is easier than you think:


Your STI tests are private. We won't share your results with anyone.


You can get tested at your home health center. New patients are welcomed.


STI testing is quick and usually only requires a urine or blood sample.


Our STI tests and treatment are free or low cost.

We'll take care of you and your partner(s) too

Testing & Treatment

STI testing and treatment is available for you and your partner(s).


Your health care provider can help you share your results with your partner(s).

Sex Education

Our educational materials can help inform you on ways to reduce your risk of getting an STI or becoming re-infected.

FYIs about STIs

Many people who have an STI do not experience symptoms. When STIs do produce symptoms they may include:


– unusual discharge from the penis or vagina

– sores or warts

– painful urination

– itching and redness in the genital area


The only way to know if you have an STI is to get tested.

There are many ways to reduce your risk of getting an STI, including:


– using condoms and dental dams every time you have sex

– getting vaccinated to protect against STIs like HPV and hepatitis B

– Get tested with your partner(s). Talk to each other about your test results before having sex.


For more tips on talking with your partner(s) click here.

Anyone who is having sex should get tested. It is especially important to get tested if: 


– You have a new sex partner or multiple sex partners

– You and your partner(s) are thinking about not using condoms

– Your partner has cheated on you or has multiple partners 

– You’ve had an STI in the past 2 years

– You have symptoms that suggest you might have an STI


All STIs are treatable and most can be cured.


– STIs are treated with antibiotics and/or antiviral drugs

– Getting treatment early will help prevent long-term health risks for yourself and your partner(s)

– Serious health problems can occur when STIs go undiagnosed or untreated

Questions ?

Current NEVHC Patients: 

Contact our appointment hotline to schedule an appointment for health care services, or you can also contact your local health center for more information.

(818) 270-9777

San Fernando Valley Appointment Hotline

(661) 705-2040

Santa Clarita Valley Appointment Hotline

Become a patient of NEVHC

Our certified enrollment counselors can answer your questions about our services and help you enroll in health coverage that meets your needs. Once you have been enrolled in health coverage, you may qualify to make NEVHC your home for primary care. Speak to a certified enrollment counselor today to learn more.

(866) 696-3842

Enrollment Hotline

NEVHC is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n) with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.  

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