HIV Testing Information
HIV Alliance offers free, anonymous and confidential OraQuick Rapid Tests (results in 20 minutes). We are currently able test people in populations with a high prevalence of HIV. We recommend that high-risk populations test for HIV every 3-6 months.
High-risk populations include:
People who are gay and bisexual men;
Men who have sex with men (MSM) and their sexual partners;
People who inject drugs (PWID) and their sexual partners;
People who exchange sex for drugs, money, shelter or something else of value; and
Sexual partners of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A).
If you do not qualify for a test with us, you are welcome to speak with a counselor about how to reduce your risk and where you can go for testing.
Although our services are free, we have a suggested donation of $25 for HIV testing
Testing Times | HIV Alliance – 1966 Garden Ave, Eugene OR 97403
Monday: 5-7 PM
Tuesday: 5-7 PM
Thursday: 6-8 PM
Friday: 1-5 PM
All testing at HIV Alliance is confidential. Click here to view HIV Alliance's Counseling and Testing Privacy Notice.
Douglas County| HIV Alliance - 545 W Umpqua St, Roseburg OR 97471- 541-440-2761
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 12-6PM
Marion County: please contact the Marion County Health Department by clicking here.
Jackson County: Walk-in testing is offered at Jackson County Health and Human Services on Tuesdays from 9 AM – 5 PM. Testing is located at 1005 E. Main Building A, Medford OR 97504. For more information, click here.
Josephine County: HIV testing is offered twice a month at Newman's Methodist Church in Grants Pass. Testing times vary, so please call Leona at 541-440-2761 for more information.
Where can I go to get tested in Lane Count if I don't fit into one of the high-risk populations?
1670 High St., Eugene, 541-344-9411
793 N. Danebo, Eugene, 541-463-9731
225 Q St., Springfield, 541-744-7121
Lane County Public Health
151 W. 7th Ave., Room 310.
Please call (541) 682-4041 for more information and to make an appointment.
OraQuick Rapid Test is an oral antibody test. Rapid test results are available in 20 minutes.
Results are over 99% accurate.
If a result is "reactive" the result is considered to be a "preliminary positive" and an additional confirmatory test is needed.
HIV Alliance will cover the cost for any confirmatory testing at Oregon Medical Labs.
The conventional test is available to those who may feel uncomfortable receiving their results in 20 minutes.
Additionally, we offer Hepatitis C (HCV) testing during our testing times. For more information on HCV, talk with a HIV testing counselor about qualifying in our populations.
Questions? More Information?
Prevention and Volunteer Assistant
541-342-5088 ext. 109