Each health department in the Barren River District offers free, anonymous walk-in HIV testing. Those who get tested receive a free $20 gift card for being tested, and can earn three gift cards per year.* Find a health department near you!
Barren County Health Department
318 W. Washington Street, Glasgow KY 42142
Every Thursday, 8 AM to 3 PM
Butler County Health Department
104 North Warren Street, Morgantown KY, 42261
First Monday of every month, 12 PM to 3 PM
Edmonson County Health Department
221 Mammoth Cave Road, Brownsville, KY 42210
First Wednesday of every month, 12 to 3 PM
Hart County Health Department
500 AA Whitman Lane, Munfordville, KY 42765
Every Tuesday, 8 AM to 3 PM
Logan County Health Department
151 S. Franklin Street, Russellville, Ky 42276
First Tuesday of every month, 9 AM to 11 AM
Metcalfe County Health Department
615 West Stockton Street, Edmonton KY 42129
Fourth Friday of every month, 9 AM to 12 PM
Simpson County Health Department
1131 South College Street, Franklin, KY 42134
First Monday of every month, 8 AM to 11 AM
Warren County Health Department
1109 State Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Every Monday, 8 AM to 3 PM
*gift cards not currently offered at Logan County Health Department.
Protect yourself from STDs
GET VACCINATED AGAINST HPV
The goal of STD/HIV counseling and treatment services is to prevent the spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, including HIV infection. The BRDHD provides services to any person who is currently infected or has been in contact with a person with a STD and/or HIV. Services offered include:
Each local health department works closely with their Disease Intervention Specialist for treatment referrals and contact investigation when needed. Local health care facilities, including private physicians and hospitals, may refer patients to BRDHD for services. Furthermore, they are required to report all confirmed STD/HIV cases to the local health department or KY Department of Public Health.
Protect your Child from Cancer Causing HPV with Vaccination
Protect your child from developing certain types of cancers later in life with the HPV vaccine at ages 11-12. Follow the links below to learn more about the HPV vaccine.