Chlamydia continues to be the most frequently reported STI in Arizona, followed by gonorrhea and syphilis.
Arizona currently has a statewide outbreak of syphilis, and medical providers are seeing the largest increase of syphilis cases in women and newborns. Pregnant women are recommended to discuss their risk with a health care provider and get tested. Getting timely testing and treatment can reduce negative health outcomes for mother and baby.
Learn more about STIs by visiting the ADHS STI Control page, or reviewing local STI data trends and reports.
STI testing and treatment are available throughout the state. Check out the Service Directory or the ADHS Find a Clinic page to find STI testing near you!
Why get tested? People who know they’re HIV and STI negative are less likely to put themselves at risk. And people who test HIV positive are more likely to get the medications they need to become virally suppressed – meaning the virus is undetectable and not affecting their overall health. We also know that virally suppressed individuals cannot pass HIV to others. people who test positive for an STI can be connected to care and treated for the STI.
QUICK AND EASY.
HIV and STI testing is simple, fast and reliable. You have a choice of testing methods – and the test can detect the HIV virus in as little as two weeks following exposure. Best of all – it’s free.
GET A VOUCHER.
Find out if you qualify for a free test voucher.
Below is a map of participating test locations in Arizona:
To filter results, enter a zip code or address as your starting location. Then, select the search radius for locations within a certain amount of miles from your location. You can also use the category filter to restrict results to Sonora Quest, for example.