HIV TESTING

If you feel that you may have been exposed to HIV and would like to know your HIV status, stop by the Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center's (HHHRC) office for a free and confidential HIV test.  HHHRC offers Rapid HIV Testing with results available in 20 minutes.

 

Testing Hours: Monday – Friday, 9AM – 1PM
Call (808) 521-2437 during our regular business hours to schedule an appointment or to speak with an HIV testing counselor, or fill out the form below to request an appointment. (Using this form does not guarantee an appointment; an HHHRC staff will contact you to confirm.)

Important notice: due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are suspending all walk-in testing services until further notice. Please call us at (808) 521-2437 to schedule an appointment.  If you cannot make it to our office in Kaka’ako, HHHRC is now offering mail-order HIV test kits. Please fill out the form below to learn more.

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HHHRC Testing Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00AM - 1:00PM

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You could be at risk for HIV if…

 

  • You have ever had condomless anal, vaginal or oral sex (sex without a condom or other latex barrier)

  • You have shared needles or other equipment to inject drugs (including medication, steroids or hormones) or for body piercing, tattooing, or any other reasons.

  • You have ever had sex where you were uncertain about your sex partner’s risk behavior or HIV status.

  • You have ever forgotten what happened or blacked out after drinking or taking drugs.

  • You have ever been sexually assaulted (raped, forced, or talked into having sex when you didn’t want to).

  • You have been sexually active, particularly with three or more sexual partners in the previous 12 months.

HHHRC recommends regular testing every 3 months for someone considered to be “at risk” for HIV exposure.

HHHRC RECEIVES $25,000 GRANT FROM H.T. HAYASHI FOUNDATION

Hawaiʻi Health and Harm Reduction Center was awarded $25,000 to fund grief recovery, education, and certification for its staff with the goal of eventually extending these resources to other social service providers in the community.