Center for AIDS Research, Education & Services (CARES)
CARES offers free and confidential walk-in and appointment HIV & STD testing.
Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm, and Thursday, 9:00am - 7:00pm.
For more information, call 916.914.6305, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit us at 1500 21st St. Sacramento, CA 95811.
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte Health Centers offer low-cost to free HIV & STD testing. All testing confidential by walk-in or appointments. Planned Parenthood Mar Monte Health Centers are FamilyPACT providers.
Locations with hours below:
B Street Health Center
201 29th Street, Suite B
Sacramento, CA 95816
Appointment Line: 916.446.6921
M-Th: 7:45am -6:30pm,
F: 8am – 4:30pm,
Fruitridge Health Center
5385 Franklin Blvd., Suites A-D
Sacramento, CA 95820
Appointment Line: 916.452.7305
M-Th: 8am-7pm, Friday: 8am-4:30pm,
Sat: 9am-1pm (Prescheduled appts only)
Capitol Plaza Health Center
1125 10th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Appointment Line: 916.444.7966
North Highlands Health Center
5700 Watt Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95660
Appointment Line: 916.332.5715
M, Tu & Th: 7:30am-7pm;
Wed: 9am - 5pm;
Woodland Health Center
520 Cottonwood St., Ste. 10
Woodland, Ca 95695
Appointment Line: 530.662.4646
Roseville Health Center
729 Sunrise Ave, Suite 900
Sacramento, CA 95661
Appointment Line: 916.781.3310
M & W: 7:30am-7pm;
Tu: 7:30am-5pm; 1st &3rd Tu:9am-5pm
Th & F: 7:30am-5pm
Sat: 9am-1pm (by appt only)
Yuba City Health Center
430 Palora Ave., #G
Yuba City, CA 95991
Appointment Line: 530.674.2603
M&W: 8:30am – 5pm; Tu & Th: 7:30am – 5pm; F: 8am – 5pm
Planned Parenthood has a Facts of Life Line at 1-800-711-9848 for more information.
Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH)
Target Population: Drop-in Center for women who are survivors of sexual exploitation or involved in the sex-industry.
Testing is free, please call for information: (916) 856-2900
To find other testing locations, visit the CDC’s testing page.
Ways in which HIV is Transmitted
HIV is transmitted in the following ways:
• Unprotected sexual contact; vaginal, anal or oral sex
• Direct blood contact; including injection drug needles, blood transfusions,
accidents in health care settings or certain blood products
• Mother to baby; before or during birth, or through breast milk
For more information on HIV on the associated risks, visit the CDC’s HIV resource page.