Scarleteen, sex ed for the real world

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333 West Cork Street
Winchester, VA 22601
United States
STI/STD testing and treatment
counseling/therapy or support groups
trans gender/gender-variant services
LGBQ services (lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning)
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"AIDS Response Effort, Inc., (ARE), is a non-profit HIV/AIDS service organization serving the City of Winchester and Counties of Frederick, Clarke, Warren, Shenandoah, and a portion of Page County Virginia. ARE is dedicated to serving those infected and affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic and preventing the spread of this disease through education. ARE is funded by federal, state, and private grants as well as local contributions. ARE is registered with the National AIDS Hotline and The Virginia Department of Health. AIDS Response Effort offers free and confidential HIV testing. The test used is an Oraquick ADVANCE HIV-1/2 Test which provides results in just 20 minutes. The test may involve either a swab of the gums or a simple finger stick to get a blood sample. HIV testing takes place at the ARE offices by appointment, please call (540) 536 - 5394."
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AIDS Response Effort (ARE) is a wonderful resource for those living in the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia that offers free HIV testing, treatment, and educational outreach. They are truly kind, non-judgmental people who want to help everyone who calls and walks in. They also have an array of free safer sex items (condoms, dental dams, lube, etc.) to help ensure you and your partners stay safe. If you're in the area, please go and get tested-- and bring a friend! They are conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Winchester, on the seventh floor of the Winchester Rehab Center a.k.a the site of the old hospital until Winchester Medical Center moved to its current location.

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