Your health and safety are important to you and to us. We’ve compiled local and national information for HIV support and the LGBTQ community. Don’t hesitate to use these resources! We do our best to keep our website updated, but if you feel like we are missing something or would like to give suggestions, go to our Contact Us page.

HIV Resources


Student Health Association Center – HIV

Testing can be provided upon request to anyone over 14 years of age. They are offered on a walk-in or appointment basis in the Carrboro clinic on Wednesdays, from 6:00-9:30pm, and results are provided in about 30 minutes using the OraQuick system. Trained student counselors provide education, prevention, and risk reduction information before and after HIV testing. Walk-ins are welcome!

We also offer testing and counseling in Durham, every Monday, from 5:30pm until 8:00pm at the Lincoln Community Health Center.

Have questions about HIV testing? Email the HIV branch at:

North Carolina Health Department

Free HIV testing is available at all of the North Carolina Health Departments

Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina

LGBTQ Center of Raleigh 

UNC’s Infectious Diseases Clinic

Triangle Empowerment Center

Wellness & Education Community Action Health Network

North Carolina AIDS Training and Education Center – UNC School of Medicine

Government Resources

Below are two government-run websites that have locators you can use to find resources that are currently available around you.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Get Tested

National Resources

Make sure to check these other national websites out too!

The Body

National Center for Transgender Equality

The National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC)

National Latino AIDS Action Network

The Latino Commission on AIDS

The Latino Commission