Sexually Transmitted Disease

Control Program

Central Michigan District Health Department offers testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis C, Syphilis, and HIV through our Family Planning and Health Promotion Programs at low to no cost.

All are eligible for testing, to make an appointment call your local county branch office.

Priority is given to high- risk populations, pregnant women, or women expected of being pregnant according to CDC standards.

The goals of the STD Program in Michigan and at the Central Michigan District Health Department are:

  • Prompt reporting of cases

  • The provision of screening and treatment services for Michigan's citizens

  • The application of interviewing and case finding activities to reduce complications and intervene in the spread of disease.

 

Services for our clients will be provided without regard to religion, race, color, national origin, creed, handicap, sex, number of pregnancies, marital status, age, sexual orientation or birth control preferences in a manner that protects the dignity of each individual.

 

Individuals seeking services from our agency will NOT be subjected to coercion to receive these services in regards to using any particular method of family planning or birth control.

 

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For more information or if you are a medical care or lab needing to report an STD to the Central Michigan District Health Department's MIHP Program please call: