Sexually Transmitted Disease Program

The Public Health Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Program works together with local health care partners, county residents and other organizations to help keep residents healthy and safe from STDs. The STD program is designed to help reduce and manage the spread of infectious diseases by locating and interviewing cases and contacts to diagnosed cases of select STDs, and to ensure that appropriate follow-up care and treatment are provided.

Additionally, the Public Health Adult Health Clinic offers screening, diagnosis, and treatment services for STDs, including syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia, as well as HIV testing. Please call the Eureka clinic to schedule an appointment. Some drop-in appointments may be available when the clinic is not full, however, appointments are recommended.

Tell a partner


Need to tell your partner that they have been exposed to an STD, but want to stay anonymous? The inSPOT web site can help you.