Adult Health Program

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Adult Health Clinic

We offer HIV and STD Testing. HIV Testing is always free. STD testing is based on the federal sliding fee schedule, with opportunities for all to be be seen. Call for more information.

To schedule an appointment call 734-544-6840

Washtenaw County Public Health
Adult Clinic
555 Towner
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Walk-in Clinic Now Available on Thursdays 1-4pm

Please note our new fee schedule, effective January 6, 2014

Our Adult Clinic Services include:

  • STD screening and testing
  • STD treatment including treatment for genital warts
  • Free HIV testing (anonymous & rapid testing available)
  • Hepatitis B & C testing (for high risk individuals)
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine & Hepatitis B Vaccine (for those who qualify)
  • HPV Vaccine (Available through Immunization Program)
  • Free Condoms
  • Free Pregnancy Testing (walk-in Wednesdays 9am- noon & 1pm-4pm)
  • Pap Smears and Plan First Program
  • Education and Outreach
  • Court Ordered Testing
  • Outreach and Education:

    Community Outreach: Staff provides single or multi-session programs in schools and other community settings to address HIV/STD prevention. Programs are tailored to meet the specific needs of the group. If you are interested in scheduling an HIV/STD 101 or other Sexual Health program for your group you can contact Stephanie Rosales at 734-544-3063.

    Outreach Testing and Education: Staff provides off site walk-in clinics at various sites through out the county .

    Test is available as needed at the Robert J. Delonis Center and at the St. Andrew's Breakfast Program in Ann Arbor.

    Washtenaw County Public Health provides free HIV and STD testing at the Washtenaw County Jail for all inmates who request testing. If inmates are released prior to receiving their results they can contact Stephanie Rosales at 734-544-3063 or email to receive their results.


    Partner Notification and Contact Tracing

    Michigan's Partner Services (PS) program is designed to assist people diagnosed with HIV and/or Sexually Transmitted Diseases.  Partner notification has been shown to be an effective means of identifying, treating, and counseling at-risk individuals.

    Typically, the process is initiated when the health department receives an HIV or STD case report. The health department contacts the patient to ensure they are connected to care, to provide accurate education about their infection(s) and to discuss ways to prevent transmission. The health department will also locate exposed partners and coordinate their medical follow-up. Patient/partner confidentiality is paramount.

    For more information or to request partner notification for STDs contact Katie Keppen at 734-544-6765 for more information. For HIV you may contact Stephanie Rosales at 734-544-3063.

    FYI: CDC Launches HIV Facebook Page


    Disease Reporting for Health Care Providers

    Resources for people with HIV 


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    Page updated:10/30/2013
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    To schedule an appointment

    For general information
    and STD results
    please call
    (734) 544-6840

    FAX (confidential line)
    (734) 544-6707 

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