Conversation between people in a clinicWe provide confidential care for sexually transmitted infections, contraception, and reproductive care in an inclusive, stigma-free environment for people of all ages, gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations.

Sexual Health Clinic


2705 E Washington Ave (2nd Floor) in Madison


  • Free for teens
  • Free or low cost for adults
  • We do not turn people away if they can’t pay
  • We do not bill private insurance
  • We do not ask for ID or proof of income

Please email or call us at (608) 243-0411 if you have questions about our services.

Make an Appointment at our Clinic

See a list of confidential services we provide. To make an appointment, please call (608) 243-0411.

Appointment times are available:

  • Monday: 11:30am - 4:15pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30am - 5:30pm
  • Friday: 9:00am – 1:45pm

We are not taking walk-ins at this time. You must make an appointment to be seen.

Please call (608) 243-0411 if you will be late to your appointment. You will be rescheduled if you arrive later than 15 minutes or start your visit 15 minutes late because you haven’t filled out the forms we give you.

We understand that many people have family caretaking responsibilities. We encourage you to bring a responsible person along to watch children. If this is not possible, please tell us when making your appointment. Children cannot be left unattended in the clinic waiting area or in exam rooms.

What to expect at your appointment

Confidential Services We Provide

Sexual health testing

  • Chlamydia

  • Gonorrhea

  • Syphilis
  • Trichomoniasis (“Trich”), yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, including treatment
  • Herpes swab testing if you have symptoms like a genital or rectal sore
  • Hepatitis B & C (based on risk)
  • Treatment of genital warts
  • HIV
    • Our HIV Outreach Specialist provides information and testing.
    • They are also available to do free HIV testing and education at
      • Community events
      • Community-based organizations
      • Individual sessions

Emergency contraception

A safe and effective pill to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex.

Birth control methods

  • Birth control pills

  • NuvaRing

  • Depo shot
  • Twirla birth control patch
  • Referrals for other birth control methods

Free sexual health supplies

  • Insertable condoms

  • Water-based and silicone-based sex lube

  • Dental Dams
  • Free Condoms
    • You can get free condoms at our offices
      Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
    • 2705 E. Washington Ave., 2nd Floor
      Madison, WI 53704
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    • 2300 S. Park St., Suite 2010
      Madison, WI 53713
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Want to learn more about PrEP, or find someone who can prescribe it? Make an appointment with our PrEP Navigator by calling (608) 243-0411. They’ll give you information about HIV and help you get PrEP, no matter your insurance status. We partner with UW Health HIV Care and Prevention Clinic to provide this service.

Other services

  • Help finding care for people living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C, or Hepatitis B

  • If you test positive, we can notify your partners about their exposure to an infection in an anonymous way. 

  • Immunizations


Mpox is a rare disease caused by the mpox virus. It can cause a rash which may look like pimples or blisters, sometimes with a flu-like illness. People have tested positive for mpox in Wisconsin. We have vaccination, testing, and referrals to treatments for mpox. Mpox does not spread easily from person to person, and the virus is spreading mostly through close, intimate contact with someone who has mpox.

OraQuick At-Home HIV Rapid Tests

  • We now offer free, at-home HIV rapid test kits to anyone in Wisconsin.
  • To get a free test kit, please call our confidential number at (608) 243-0411. Leave a name, phone number or email to contact you.
  • The HIV Outreach Coordinator will contact you within two business days of your request to send your kit and offer additional resources and support.




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