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Your sexual health is important. That is why we offer free, confidential testing and treatment
referrals for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, two of the most commonly reported bacterial
infections among young people today.

Did you know that even if you’re using protection, it is still possible to contract a sexually
transmitted disease (STD)? If you are having sex, you need to get tested. Many STDs are
silent, with no symptoms present. The risk is not knowing. If left untreated, STDs can cause
significant harm to your body. STDs are passed from one person to another through vaginal,
oral, or anal sex and 1 in 2 sexually active young people will contract a Sexually Transmitted
Infection by age 25. Most won’t know it.

Lose the worry … get tested. Call to schedule your appointment today at (570) 772-0337.
No pressure. No judgement. Just answers.

What if I tested positive for an STD? Many STD’s are curable with antibiotics or other
treatment methods. Talk to your doctor and begin a treatment plan. And we are here to offer
help and hope after an STD.

Who should be tested for an STD? Anyone! No matter your age, gender, or sexual identity, if
you have engaged in sex or sex-like activity with a partner, you should be tested.

Is it possible my partner lied to me about having an STD? People can and do lie about their
STD status or sexual history. The risk is not knowing, that’s why it’s important to get tested.

My partner told me they had an STD. Should I also be tested? If you have engaged in sexual
activity with someone who is infected, you should get yourself tested immediately.

In the United States, there are 110 million men and women infected with STD’s. We are here
to offer help and hope through our free and confidential STD testing. We also give guidance
and support no matter your test result. Getting tested is easy and harmless, call us today!

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