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We are here to help, not to judge.

​The primary goal of the Kentucky Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention and Control Program is to prevent the spread and complications of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs):



STDs are very common. STDs often show no symptoms. Many people with an STD don’t know it.

The Woodford County Health Department offers testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and HIV, and we provide treatment for individuals diagnosed with, exposed to, or suspected of having  Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Syphilis.  Hep C testing is available through our Harm Reduction Program. Patients with other sexually transmitted infections will receive counseling about the infection and will be referred to a healthcare provider, who can provide treatment.

Services received at local health departments are confidential. A service fee may be charged; however, patients will not be denied testing or treatment if they are unable to pay.

Data and Statistics

For information and statistical data requests, please contact the

Kentucky STI Prevention and Control Program at (502) 564-4804.

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