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IF THEY TELL SOMEONE!
Due to COVID-19, most sites are not doing walk-in appointments. Please check their website or call ahead to schedule an appointment.
schedule online or call (317) 931-0292
Community North – MedCheck East
schedule online or call (317) 355-3200
schedule online or call (317) 632-0123
IU Health LifeCare
call (317) 962-2700 to schedule
Marion County Public Health Department
call (317) 221-4618 to schedule
call 317-259-7013 ext. 19 to schedule
Indianapolis Urban League
call (317) 693-7603 to schedule
Here is a locator for other private and public testing sites (some of which may not be free) – you can put in your city and find testing sites near you. Due to COVID-19, most sites are not doing drop-in appointments. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Epidemiology for Indianapolis
In 2019 in Indianapolis (Marion County):
- Young adults 20-34 are at the highest risk for HIV – they represent over half of new HIV cases in 20191
- Black residents are 6 times more likely than White residents to be diagnosed with HIV1
- Hispanic residents are 4 times more likely than White people to be diagnosed with HIV1
- Men having sex with men (MSM) are 70 times more likely than heterosexuals to be diagnosed with HIV1
- 13% (1 in 10) of PLWH (people living with HIV or AIDS) are undiagnosed or unaware of their status.3
- As many as 1 in 3 HIV+ men having sex with men (MSM) are unaware of their status2
 Sam Parmar MPH, Marion Country Public Health Department, June 11, 2020, HIV Epidemiology for Marion County (2019) for the End the Epidemic Taskforce
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016, HIV Testing in the United States: Fact sheet (June 27, 2020)
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Monitoring selected national HIV prevention and care objectives by using HIV surveillance data—United States and 6 dependent areas, 2014. HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report 2016;21(No. 4). http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/library/reports/surveillance/. Published July 2016.