Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)/ HIV Program
The STD program provides confidential counseling, testing, diagnosis, and treatment for most sexually transmitted diseases. Services are provided at no charge for persons age 12 years and older. Currently, we are seeing clients by appointment at the following Health Department locations:
No Testing or Treatment for the following:
HIV Counseling and Testing:
The Macomb County Health Department also offers free HIV counseling and testing. For more information, see the HIV Counseling and Testing Program.
Call the Sexually Transmitted Disease Program at (586) 465-9217 or email us now!
The Internet offers many additional resources on HIV as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. To learn more about HIV, please go to CDC HIV Information and to learn about other STDs go to the CDC STD Page.
For information on HIV treatment resources, you can call the Michigan HIV Infection "Hotline" at 1-800-872-2437.
One of the best sites for organizations, agencies and students in health fields is the National Prevention Information Network. For STD statistics in Michigan see the Michigan Department of Community Health.