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There are many places to get free and confidential STD testing in the Omaha area. Clinics are open for all ages and sexual orientations with some specifically for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Nebraska is below average for STD cases. The state ranks as 35th for number of chlamyida cases per population, 33rd for gonnorhea, and 32nd for syphilis. In 2019, there were no congenital syphilis cases reported in the state. Below-average levels are supported by free STD clinics and resources available to residents.
There are several STD testing locations throughout Omaha. Clinics offer a range of services, many of which are free, including same-day HIV testing or home HIV testing kits available through the Nebraska AIDS Project. OneWorld Community Health Centers is a clinic specializing in treating members of the LGBTQIA+ community, so everyone can access safe and non-discriminatory STD testing in Omaha.
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Testing for STDs at home is safe, convenient, and private. Performed regularly, it can help you stay healthy and avoid unknowingly transmitting STDs.
You have many options for at-home STD testing. The best at-home STD tests are FDA approved and evaluated for safety and accuracy with fast result turnaround times and support from health care professionals.
At-home STD testing kits should include instructions for collection and test registration, along with materials such as containers and swabs to collect and send your sample to the lab. Most at-home STD tests offer results in about five days through a secure online patient portal.
Choose the STD testing option you’re most comfortable with:
At home: You can test for STDs at home using a kit and send your sample to a lab for analysis.
If you think you might have an STD, it’s best to get tested. STDs don’t go away if you ignore them; they’ll just get worse and could grow into more serious health consequences. If left untreated, some STDs can lead to issues like infertility and more serious infections. You can also spread STDs to sexual partners if you have an untreated infection.
Ask your health care provider for STD testing recommendations or follow CDC recommendations for STD testing.
You can request specific STD tests or a full panel. An STD clinic can recommend tests based on your sexual health and symptoms.
A routine STD panel may include:
A full-panel STD test adds:
The cost of an STD test will vary by location and test type. Some clinics, usually community or nonprofit clinics, offer free or low-cost testing. Labs, clinics, and at-home testing companies may accept insurance to cover or lower your cost of testing.
Lab testing fees range from $8 to $150. At home tests cost between $35 and $175 per test.
Appointment policies vary by location, so call ahead or check the clinic website before you head in for a test. Some clinics or testing centers accept walk-ins or have same-day or next-day appointments.
Your STD test results time will depend on the test. Some clinics offer rapid HIV testing, which can offer results in less than 30 minutes. Bacterial STD testing (chlamydia, gonorrhea, or syphilis) takes several days to get results, while viral STD testing (HPV, herpes, or HIV) results can take just one to two days.
Community-based STD testing organizations generate awareness and foster social change while providing access to testing and treatment.
If you’re concerned about visiting your regular doctor or can’t afford the cost of private testing, a community testing center may be able to help. While community testing centers may charge a fee for STD testing, it’s common to find free or low-cost testing from these resources:
The Douglas County Midtown Campus provides an STD clinic with comprehensive STD services. Same-day appointments are available for individuals aged 13 and older. This includes testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, and walk-in testing and referrals for HIV. It also offers trichomoniasis testing for women, confidential counseling, expedited partner therapy, and free condom distribution. There’s no charge for any services if you are age 24 or under, and only a $15 charge if you’re older. Clinic hours vary, so confirm availability when calling for an appointment.
1111 South 41st Street, Ste 210 Omaha, NE 68105, (402) 444-7112
Essential Pregnancy Services provides free STD testing services at the Maple Village Center to all women, including pregnant women. You don’t need insurance to get tested. The clinic tests for and treats chlamydia and gonorrhea. If you test positive, your male partner can also receive testing and treatment at no cost. All other men requesting STD testing are referred to other community clinics that provide the same service. The center is open Monday through Friday with varied office hours. You can call the helpline at (402) 544-1000 or text (402) 669-5563.
Maple Village Center 3029 North 93rd Street Omaha, Nebraska 68134, (531) 239-3140
Nebraska AIDS Project offers free HIV testing to everyone and free STD testing to anyone age 13 or older. The clinic requests a $10 fee for the tests to cover the cost of the test and treatment if you test positive. HIV testing can be confidential or anonymous and includes counseling and same-day results. Urine tests for chlamydia and gonorrhea testing don’t have a same-day results option and require you to give your name, date of birth, and phone number. An HIV test is required prior to any other STD testing. Nebraska AIDS Project also offers free HIV self-testing kits that will be mailed to you free of charge. Walk-ins are currently unavailable due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
250 South 77th Street, Suite A Omaha, NE 68114, 402-552-9260
North Omaha Area Health, or NOAH, offers anonymous HIV and STD testing, with online booking available for STD testing only. It offers individualized payment plans and medical services provided at reduced rates or no cost based on an individual’s ability to pay, but no one will be denied service. Clinic hours are Mondays and Fridays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturdays from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
5620 Ames Avenue Omaha NE, 68104, 402-933-0737
OneWorld Community Health Centers is specially designed to meet the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community. It provides STD testing and treatment at several clinics in and around the Omaha with clinicians are available to offer counsel about STD prevention. If you have received a positive HIV test, the clinic will give you a referral for treatment. The center accepts most forms of payment, including Medicaid and Medicare, and offers a sliding fee scale based on income.
4910 S. 30th Street Omaha, NE 68107, Multiple Area locations 402-502-8859
Planned Parenthood operates out of the Northwest Health Center. It offers testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, genital warts, trichomoniasis, and bacterial vaginosis, as well as testing and diagnosis for HIV. STD prevention services are also provided, including condoms, internal condoms, dental dams, hepatitis B vaccines, vaccination education, and STD and safer sex education. Uninsured individuals may qualify for a lower fee scale or state-funded program. All services are available by appointment either in-person or through telehealthservices, and the center is open Monday through Saturday.
3105 North 93rd Street Omaha, NE 68134, 877-859-0589