HIV Services in Alameda County

Try this website!!
Good for various other HIV related services. Although may not capture all testing resources.


Check out this google map of locations!

Places funded by the county can be found in this pdf starting at page 18, in a chart with what services they provide. Mostly in Oakland.

A list from Steamworks about times HIV testing is available at Steamworks, in Berkeley. Not sure how up to date the list is. For men only, I believe. Should call to confirm.

By Location


  • Asian Health Services has an HIV & AIDS program; if HIV+, connects to primary health care through Asian Health Services. Call 510-986-6830 ext. 371 to set up an HIV test appointment, or email gro.chcsha|gnitset#gro.chcsha|gnitset
  • AIDS Project East Bay (Website). (510) 663-7979, 1320 Webster St., Oakland CA 94607. Walk in testing, M - F: 9:30 AM - 4 PM, STI/HIV. On Wednesday and Friday they only have HIV testing. Closed for lunch 12:30 - 1:30.
  • Casa Segura at 5323 Foothill Blvd. (510) 434-0307. Drop in testing Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11-3.
  • Highland Hospital (K building, 7th floor) has testing M-F from 1-4 pm. 510-535-7376, 510-437-4373.
  • Street Level Health Project (with HEPPAC/Casa Segura). 2nd and 4th Wednedays every month, 1-3:30 pm. 2501 International Boulevard • Oakland, CA 94601. Tel: 510-533-9906
  • Cal Pep Clinic Rapid HIV Sun-Fri 12-3pm, call ahead starting at 11am. 2811, Adeline st. Oakland 92608, 510-874-7850.
  • Highland Hospital Adult Immunology Clinic


  • Ann Chandler. Monday and Tuesday, 3-4 pm. Thursday, 5-6 pm. First Saturday, 11:30-2:30 am. Can go in few hours earlier to get other STIs tested. Drop in, no appointment needed, limited availability.

Testing Positive

  • AIDS Project East Bay (Website). (510) 663-7979. All residents of Alameda County who are HIV positive and quality as "low income" can enroll. Walk-ins and appointments for first timers is cool. Some stuff to bring: letter of diagnosis, proof of income, proof of alameda county residency, and photo ID. Offers medical case management, as well as emergency financial assistance, long term and emergency housing assistance, transportation assistance.
  • HIV Support Programs (Website). All groups are free and confidential. Groups are open to both Kaiser Permanente members and the community. All groups located in Fabiola Building, 3801 Howe St, Oakland, CA 94611.


Call the PEP hotline, M-F 6 am-11 pm, at (415) 487-5538.

Highland Hospital can give a prescription for PEP which the client would then take to the pharmacy to get the pill. M-F is a much better time to call/go over, but should be available during the weekend. Call 510-535-7376 or 510-437-4373 (not available during the weekend?)
The only place in Alameda County, funded by the county, that provides PEP is East Bay AIDS Center (Website) at the Oakland Alta Bates location.

CRUSH offers PEP. It's a research project, so unclear if there's any restrictions. Call 510-863-0021.


  • General PrEP info pamphlet:
  • BFC-made resource document (very helpful!):
  • East Bay AIDS Center (Website) offers a lot of support services surrounding HIV. Summit Campus Providence Pavilion, 3100 Summit Street. 2nd Floor Oakland, CA 94609. Clinic: (510) 869-8400. Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Visits by appointment only, please.
  • CRUSH (a research project) A research project, continuing for another year (end of 2015, call to confirm. ) In pretty high demand, may have to wait for one or two weeks for an appointment. Also because research project, first appointment may take up to three hours due to appointments and stuff. Specific population is if you're 18-29, men who have sex with men, or transgender and have sex with men, or the sexual partner of someone living with HIV/AIDS. 9 -6. MTThF. 3100 Summit Street, Second Floor, Oakland, CA 94609, 510-863-0021.


  • APEB offers Men's counseling on Thursday, from 5:30-6:30.
  • La Clinica Casa del Sol. 1501 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, CA 94601-2322. 510-535-6200, M-F, all staff are bilingual in English and Spanish. Also has free therapy for those with HIV + status.


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