On Campus Resources
Student Health Services
SHS offers free and low-cost STI testing – contact SHS for information about current prices and free services. Appointments can be scheduled over the phone or online, and results will be given through a phone call or online secure message. Testing is confidential, but not anonymous.
- For more information, visit http://shs.wustl.edu/MedicalAndHealthCare/Pages/STI-HIV-Testing.aspx
- To schedule an appointment, visit shs.wustl.edu
Off Campus and Online Resources
The SPOT provides a safe space where young people can access health and prevention services, strive for positive educational and vocational outcomes, and have a voice and influence in their communities through leadership opportunities. It offers free and confidential STI testing for people between the ages 13-24 on a walk-in basis during their open hours (see website for details).
Planned Parenthood provides safe, affordable and convenient health services, including abortion services, STI and HIV testing and treatment, birth control and contraception, screenings, pregnancy testing, and other reproductive health services.
- Central West End – (314)531-7526
- South Grand – (314)865-1850
Contraceptive Choice Center
The Contraceptive Choice Center (C3) is located on the Washington University Med School campus and provides family planning services for teens and women. Services include: birth control counseling/methods, IUDs and implants, annual well-woman exams, STD testing and treatment, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, health insurance counseling, and more.
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project ARK provides services that enhance the lives of children, youth, women, and families infected, affected, and at-risk for HIV through coordination of medical care, social support, and prevention services. Offers free testing for HIV (both conventional and rapid tests).
American Sexual Health Association
Website serves as a source of reliable information on sexual health and STIs.
Website and helpline provide information on HIV/AIDS, treatment, prevention, and research.
- Helpline – 1-800-448-0440 (Monday-Friday 2:00-5:00 PM
Bedsider is an online, medically sound and unbiased birth control support network for young women. Its goal is to help women find the method of birth control that is right for them and to learn how to use it consistently and effectively.
For more information from SHS, please visit shs.wustl.edu/HealthAndWellness/HealthTopics/Pages/Sexual-Health.aspx