Music, media and everyday experiences are filled with images of intimacy and sex. These portrayals usually don't include the fact that the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV/AIDS is increasing among university students. Be aware and be safe.

+ - HIV/AIDS Referral / Testing Sites

Free or low cost testing - Times may vary - PLEASE call first. 

  • O.C. Health Care Agency (Santa Ana): (714) 834-8129
  • Laguna Beach Community Clinic: (949) 494-0761
  • Huntington Beach Community Clinic: (714) 847-4222
  • The Center OC: (714) 534-0961
  • Chapman Wellness Center: (714) 997-6851

+ - STI/STD Testing/Information Resources

  • National STD/STI Hotline: 800 227-8922
  • Chapman Student Health Center: 714 997-6851
  • Laguna Beach Community Clinic: 949 494-0761
  • Huntington Beach Community Clinic: 714 847-4222
  • The Center Orange County: 714-534-3261 

+ - Information Resources

  • National AIDS Hotline: 800-CDC-INFO
  • National AIDS/STD Info Hotline: 800-458-5231

+ - Getting Tested - Check List **

  • Have you had unprotected sex (sex without a condom)?
  • Have you had unprotected sex while you were under the influence of alcohol or other drugs?
  • Have you had unprotected sex with someone whose HIV status was unknown to you, or who was HIV infected?
  • Have you had unprotected sex with someone who uses or has used IV drugs?
  • Have you put off taking the test because you think you might be infected?
  • Have you taken an HIV test before, but not changed the behaviors that made you decide to get tested?
  • Have you had symptoms that might be early warning signs of HIV disease (night sweats, rashes, fatigue, recurring yeast infections, swollen lymph nodes, flu-like symptoms)?
  • Have you ever injected drugs with a needle that someone else had used?
**Source/Adapted from AIDS Service Foundation questionnaire - OC
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