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HIV Testing Opportunities

HIV Testing Opportunities

The Richmond Health District conducts free testing on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 7:30 am - 10:30 am and 12:30 - 3:30 pm

11-30-12 Virginia State University 11am – 5pm HIV & GC/CT Testing Foster Hall (2nd Floor)

11-30-12 Boys & Girls Club 2pm – 5pm HIV Testing 2506 Phaup St. Richmond, VA 23223

12-1-12 Trinity Family Life Center 9am – 6pm HIV Testing and Fashion Show 3601 Dill Rd. Richmond, VA 23222

12-1-12 Hull St. Library 11am – 1pm HIV Testing 1400 Hull St. Richmond, VA 23224

12-3-12 Fortis College 12pm – 3pm HIV & GC/CT Testing 2000 Westmoreland St., Suite A Richmond, VA 23230

12-7-12 The Hat Factory 9pm – 2am HIV & GC/CT Testing 140 Virginia St. Richmond, VA 23219

12-8-12 St. Paul's Baptist – Southside 4:30pm – 7 pm HIV Testing 700 E. Belt Blvd. Richmond, VA 23224

12-9-12 St. Paul's Baptist – Creighton 10am – 1:30pm HIV Testing 4247 Creighton Rd. Richmond, VA 23223

12-13-12 7th District Health & Wellness Initiative 5:30pm – 7:30pm HIV Testing Family Resource Center 2405 Jefferson Ave. Richmond, VA 23223

12-15-12 St. Paul's Baptist – Elm St 10am – 1:30pm HIV Testing 29 Elm St. Petersburg, VA 23803

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