111 Soledad, Suite 1000
San Antonio, TX 78205
512 East Highland
San Antonio, TX 78210
VIA #32 bus stop is a 3-5 minute walk from the clinic.
Monday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:45 am - 7:45 pm
Thursday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
Friday: 7:45 am - 12 pm
Mon, Tue, Thu - 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Wed - 8:00 am - 7:30 pm
Fri - 8:00 am - 12 pm
The latest a client can be processed to be seen is 45 minutes prior to closure.
Find out how to report a disease HERE.
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is when people at very high risk for HIV take HIV medicines daily to lower their chances of getting infected. A combination of two HIV medicines (tenofovir and emtricitabine), sold under the name Truvada® (pronounced tru vá duh), is approved for daily use as PrEP to help prevent an HIV-negative person from getting HIV from a sexual or injection-drug-using partner who’s positive. Studies have shown that PrEP is highly effective for preventing HIV if it is used as prescribed. PrEP is much less effective when it is not taken consistently.
For those at very high risk for HIV, PrEP can significantly reduce your risk of HIV infection if taken daily. Daily PrEP use can lower the risk of getting HIV from sex by more than 90% and from injection drug use by more than 70%. You can combine additional strategies with PrEP to reduce your risk even further.
No. PrEP does not work the same way as a vaccine. A vaccine teaches your body to fight off infection for several years. For PrEP, you take a pill every day by mouth. The pill that was shown to be safe and to help block HIV infection is called “Truvada” (pronounced tru vá duh). Truvada is a combination of two drugs (tenofovir and emtricitabine). If you take PrEP daily, the presence of the medicine in your bloodstream can often stop HIV from taking hold and spreading in your body. If you do not take PrEP every day, there may not be enough medicine in your bloodstream to block the virus.
The program is scheduled to launch during Spring 2017. Check back soon for more info. For more information call 210.207.8839.
The STD and HIV Prevention and Control Program provides evaluation
and diagnosis of STD infections, as well as treatment and counseling for
most STDs. Infections requiring ongoing medical care will be referred
to a primary care provider.
Residents of San Antonio and Bexar County and those who have no other means of obtaining STD services.
If you need to speak to a counselor, call 210.207.2816. All medical records and conversations are confidential. You also can call 210.207.8830 or 1.800.CDC.INFO (1.800.232.4636, select option #1) for information regarding STDs or HIV/AIDS.
Patients are seen on a walk-in basis only. To be seen you must arrive at least 45 minutes prior to closing.
Patients will be issued a fee sheet for services and a receipt will be provided. Fees vary according to services provided. STD charges follow the current Medicaid rate; however, special arrangements will be considered.
These may be automated.
Please print and complete these forms before your visit to the clinic. Favor de imprimir estos formularios y traerlos a la clinica durante su visita.
Note: The below documents are in PDF format.
STDs are also known as sexually-transmitted diseases. In the past, they were known as venereal disease. If you think you may have been exposed to one or more, then you will need to be seen by a healthcare provider, either your own private physician or your local health department. According to the Center for Disease Control and the Department of Health and Human Services, some of the more common STDs include: