STD Clinic, Outreach, and Education Services
Denver Public Health (DPH) is nationally recognized for its expertise in testing for and treating sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). DPH physicians and nurses are on the cutting edge of research for prevention and treatment for a variety of STDs.
Denver Metro Health Clinic (DMHC)
DMHC offers confidential testing, counseling, and treatment for sexually transmitted disease, such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV. In addition, DMHC offers family planning services (various birth control methods including condoms, IUD, Plan B and Implanon). In some cases there is a small fee for services. The clinic is located at 605 Bannock St., Rm 162 in Denver, CO 80204.
For information about our clinic services, including family planning services, please call 303-602-3540 or visit our website. For information about outreach services, please call 303-602-3600.
Healthy Communities is an outreach service that offers free screenings for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia through collaboration with community organizations and non-profit clinics.
HIV Prevention and Outreach provides free and confidential testing for HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia in various community and commercial venues throughout Denver. Bilingual staff offer these services during the day and evening; for further information about sites and times, please call 303-602-3600.
Syphilis is Up is a campaign to raise awareness and increase testing for Syphilis in the metropolitan Denver area and throughout Colorado. Syphilis testing is available at our STD Clinic at 605 Bannock Street and at all venues where HIV Prevention and Outreach provides testing.
COMPAS is a support group and educational forum for Spanish speaking men living with HIV. Meetings are held weekly along with other events and activities. For more information, please call 303-602-3619.
Denver STD/HIV Prevention Training Center
The Denver STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (PTC) is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide state-of-the-art training in the clinical diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections, and in evidence-based behavioral interventions. We also offer program support courses that are designed to improve agency capacity and to increase the quality of services delivered in community settings.
For information on upcoming courses call:
Clinical Training – John Fitch, 303-602-3616
Behavioral Interventions – Scott Pegues, 303-602-3630
Learn more about the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers by visiting www.NNPTC.org.