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STD rates are on the rise in Denver

Since 2014:

  • Gonorrhea rates in Denver have more than doubled
  • Chlamydia has increased by 10%
  • Syphilis has increased by 30%

What you should know about STDs

  • STDs often have no symptoms.
  • Condoms work.
  • Use condoms and get tested regularly.
  • If left untreated, STDs can cause long term health problems in women and men, and can affect the health of newborn babies born to women with STDs.
  • STDs increase your risk of HIV infection by up to 10 times.
  • If you are diagnosed with an STD, it is very important to let your partner(s) know so they can get tested and treated. Resources are available to help you notify your sex partner(s):

Testing is easy. Treatment works.

STD and HIV Testing is offered at Denver Public Health’s STD Clinic, and at other community partners listed below.

Find an STD or HIV testing location close to you.

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Please visit Denver Health's website if you are interested in the Family Planning services and STD testing offered by Denver Health’s Community Health Clinics.
STD Clinic Contact Information

STD Clinic
Pavilion H

605 Bannock Street, Rm 162
Denver, CO 80204-4507

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7:45 am - 5 pm

*Regular exceptions to the above schedule: The clinic will close at 4 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month and from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. on the last Wednesday of every month.

(303) 602-3540

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(303) 602-3652

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