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Galion City Health Department

Organization Address:

113 Harding Way E
Galion, OH 44833
United States

County:
Crawford
Phone Number:
(419) 468-1075
(Main Phone Number)
Website(s):
Email(s):
(Main Email Address)
Appointment Required:
Yes
Hours:
Monday,8:00am To 4:00pm
Tuesday,8:00am To 4:00pm
Wednesday,8:00am To 4:00pm
Thursday,8:00am To 4:00pm
Friday,8:00am To 4:00pm
STD and HIV testing available by appointment Mon., Wed., afternoons and on Fri.
Disclaimer: Hours of operation change frequently. Please contact the organization to verify.
Services
Please contact organization for eligibility requirements
Testing Services:
Hepatitis A Testing
Hepatitis C Testing
Hepatitis B Testing
TB Testing
Gonorrhea Testing
Syphilis Testing
Herpes Testing
Chlamydia Testing
Rapid HIV Testing
Conventional HIV Testing
Prevention Services:
TB Prevention/Education
STD/STI Prevention/Education
HIV/AIDS Prevention/Education
HIV Test Counseling
Hepatitis Prevention/Education
Condom Distribution
Care and Treatment Services:
Family Planning
STD/STI Treatment
Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
HIV/AIDS Medical Treatment
Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
Hepatitis A Vaccine
Adult Hepatitis B Vaccine
Medication Adherence Education and Counseling
Support Services:
Ryan White Services
PrEP Navigation
Case Management
Drug Purchasing Assistance, including AIDS Drug Purchasing Assistance (ADAP)
Program Name:
Sexual Health Clinic
Organization Type:
Public Health Department/Social Services Department,
Governmental
Audiences:
Adolescents/Youth/Teens,
African Americans/Blacks,
Asians/Pacific Islanders,
At Risk Persons,
Gay Men,
General Public,
LGBTQ,
Low Income Persons,
Men,
Men Who Have Sex with Men,
American Indian or Alaska Native People,
Persons with HIV/AIDS,
Women
Language Spoken:
English,
Interpretation Services Available for Non-English Languages
Fee Information:
Medicaid Accepted,
Sliding Scale,
PrEP for uninsured,
Fee,
Insurance Accepted,
Free HIV Testing
Last Updated Date:
Organization ID:
306693
More Information:
Children 18 years and younger who are eligible for the VFC program will not be denied immunizations due to the inability to pay. Non-VFC eligible children and adults will be required to pay appropriate fees or provide accepted insurance.