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Find HIV & STI Services in Your Area
To locate HIV and STI resources near you, please use the locators and directories below.
STI Clinical Services Locations
The STI Clinical Services Locations Directory provides information on local health departments that offer STI clinical services, as well as organizations that offer STI specialty services.
Michigan PrEP Providers and Navigators
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication that can be taken to reduce an individual's chances of getting HIV through sex or sharing equipment to inject drugs. PrEP is for people who do not have HIV but have a chance of getting it.
When someone who has been taking PrEP is exposed to HIV through sex or from sharing equipment to inject drugs, the medicines can keep the virus from establishing a permanent infection.
Taking PrEP as prescribed by a health care provider can reduce your chances of getting HIV by up to 99% for sexual encounters and 74% from sharing equipment to inject drugs.
PrEP navigation is a service that is designed to assist individuals in starting and staying on PrEP. PrEP navigators work to tailor education and support to the client in order to meet their individual needs. Navigation services include identifying and linking people to a PrEP provider for care, assisting with health insurance and financial assistance programs, and identifying/reducing barriers to care.
Find a PrEP provider or navigator:
- Interactive Map of PrEP Providers and Navigators in Michigan
- Michigan PrEP Provider Directory
- Wayne County PrEP Provider Directory
- Michigan PrEP Navigator Directory
To learn more about PrEP or access resources and support, visit Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).
HIV/STI Partner Services
The HIV/STI Partner Services program helps reduce the transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among sex and needle-sharing partners of people with HIV and/or STIs, such as syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Through Partner Services, people with HIV and/or STIs are counseled about their infection(s) by their provider or certified Partner Services staff, and given information on prevention strategies, treatment, and/or referral to other care services as appropriate. People with HIV and/or STIs also are counseled on the importance of notifying their sex and needle-sharing partners and told that assistance is available to help them do that, if needed.
Partner Services depends upon the voluntary cooperation of people with HIV and/or STIs to work with certified staff or other medical providers to share information about their partners so that those individuals may be confidentially notified of their potential exposure and provided prevention strategies counseling, referrals to treatment, and other support services.
The Partner Services Patient Guide, a brochure written for patients/clients, explains the HIV/STI Partner Services program.
Do You Have Questions About HIV, STIs, or Accessing Testing or Care Resources?
Michigan HIV/STI Hotline
Michigan residents with questions related to HIV and STIs are encouraged to call the Michigan HIV/STI Hotline at 1-800-872-2437 or chat online (Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.).
Michigan 2-1-1 is a free service available 24/7/365 to help connect Michigan residents with the information and resources they need. For assistance with locating resources available in Michigan to help prevent, diagnose, and treat HIV and STIs, visit: Michigan 2-1-1 HIV/STI Services.