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TESTING  IN THE COMMUNITY

 
HIV AND HEPATITIS C TESTING
Caracole’s prevention program provides FREE, anonymous or confidential HIV testing at their Northside office location and out in the Greater Cincinnati tristate community.

No appointment necessary, but they are available. 
Test results come back in just 1 minute, with a simple finger prick. 


TESTING IN BUTLER COUNTY 
When: Third Friday of every month
Time: 11 AM - 4 PM
Where: Butler County General Health District 
301 South Third Street
Hamilton, OH 45011

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If you have questions regarding community testing, to find where we will be located, or to inquire about bringing our van to your event/location, please contact the HIV prevention team at prevention@caracole.org or call/text 513.334.4617. 

For a list of all testing sites in the Southwest Ohio region, visit Caracole's website by clicking HERE.


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SYRINGE SERVICES PROGRAMS
A Syringe Service Program (SSPs)  is a comprehensive, community based public health initiative that fights addiction by providing disease prevention, education and referral services. Prevention services include HIV and Hepatitis C testing, making NARCAN® (Aloofness), healthcare referrals, available FREE to the public through the NARCAN® distribution, and offering clean needles. The latter is also designed to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases like HIV and Hepatitis among people who inject drugs.

BLOODBORNE INFECTIOUS DISEASE PREVENTION PROGRAM 
The Bloodborne Infectious Disease Prevention Program is designed to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases like HIV and Hepatitis and promote safety, health and wellness by proactively addressing risk behavior and offering services and care among people who use drugs. 

BUTLER COUNTY LOCATIONS
Middletown 
OPEN
Every Tuesday
10 AM - 1 PM
1300 Reynolds Avenue
Middletown, OH 45044

Fairfield
OPEN
Mercy Health-Fairfield Hospital (in the parking lot)

Every Tuesday
2 PM - 4 PM

3000 Mack Rd
Fairfield, OH 45014
Operated by the Regional Harm Reduction Collaborative