North Central Health District


HIV Testing Day

World AIDS Day

Know Your Status

Confidential Services: All health services that we provide are 100% confidential. Our expert team of licensed nurses and counselors knows that everyone gets sick now and then. We treat STD and HIV patients no differently than we would treat someone who has a cold.

HIV Testing Your Way

Since HIV has no immediate symptoms, most people never realize they’ve been infected. In fact, one in eight people with HIV don’t know they have it. The only way to know your status is to get tested. 

Stay healthy by checking your HIV status. HIV tests are quick and easy, usually requiring nothing more than an oral swab or a quick prick of the finger for a small blood sample. Now, there are more options than every to get tested in the way that’s most convenient to you. Take charge of your health and get tested for HIV in a way that works best for you—whether that’s self-testing in your own space or finding a testing site nearby.

Request At-Home Testing

Free at-home HIV test kits and condoms are available (while supplies last) to be mailed directly, and discreetly, to the home or desired address of any person over the age of 16 living in the 13 counites of North Central Health District. The program, called #MixItUpMG, encourages everyone to help prevent the spread of HIV in our communities. Request you kit here.

link to condom request form

GACAPUS At-Home Testing

The Georgia Department of Public Health, Office of HIV/AIDS is now offering FREE HIV self-tests! Getting tested for HIV is easier than ever before! Visit to request a FREE HIV self-test for and your partner.

link to condom request form

HIV Care and Treatment

The HOPE Center is a comprehensive, Ryan White-supported health clinic for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. We are dedicated to meet your medical needs and assist you in managing your well-being. In 2019 The HOPE Center merged into COMPASS Cares services providing additional services the is a North Central Health District, covering its 13-county jurisdiction.


Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medicine that you can take to help prevent the transmission of HIV. It’s usually prescribed as a pill that you can take daily by mouth. PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection through sexual contact. If you think you’re a good candidate for this medicine. Find a health department near you that prescribes PrEP medicines and make appointment to learn more.

Local HIV Testing Events

Providers around the area are encouraging you to get tested by offering testing events and information events to our communities. Mark your calendar, and visit these events to know your status.

World AIDS Day
Free HIV Test Event Wednesday, Dec. 1st 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Deloris Toliver Gym

115 Wallace Drive

Warner Robins, Georgia


Free HIV Test Event Wednesday, Dec. 1st 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Middle Georgia State University

Student Life Center

100 University Parkway

Macon GA 31206 


Candlelight Vigil Wednesday, Dec. 1st 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Tattnall Square Park

1155 College Street

Macon Georgia

Get Tested Today:

Visit your nearest health department today and request an STD or HIV test. No appointments needed!

Learn about our related health services:

HOPE Center
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