At-Home HIV Testing
HIV testing is key to controlling the transmission of HIV. If people cannot get to a medical care provider or community-based organization for HIV testing, Piedmont Care is offering an FDA-approved at-home, self-administered HIV testing option. The CDC is recommending that community-based organizations, like Piedmont Care, consider at-home, self-administered HIV testing as an additional strategy to reach those most affected by HIV, since traditional HIV testing services may be interrupted due to the COVID-19 response.
The at-home HIV test requires no blood and offers results in 20 minutes. People qualifying for the at-home testing option will also have access to a 24/7 call center and video guide to get answers quickly.
The Piedmont Care team will also provide:
- Linkage to care services for people living with HIV
- Follow-up planning and resources
- Condoms and other HIV prevention tools
To see if you qualify to receive an at-home HIV test kit, click here.
Watch this short video to help guide you through taking your OraQuick test in a few short minutes.
Piedmont Care's at-home HIV testing program is supported by donations. The pilot program is supported by the Kaiser Family Foundation, Walgreens, and the Mary Black Foundation.
On-Site Testing Facility
Piedmont Care, Inc.
101 North Pine Street, Suite 200 (Wells Fargo Building), Spartanburg, SC 29302
(864) 582-7773 or (866) 454-7773
Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm
Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday: 8:30am – 3:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. – Noon
Type of Test:
OraQuick Rapid test - same day results
Oral swab-upper and lower gums using a testing device
All individuals receiving this test must receive counseling before being tested and upon receiving their test results. Counseling includes: The importance of HIV testing, Basic HIV/AIDS knowledge assessment, risk reduction plan, condom demonstration, next steps if preliminary positive result, recommendation for follow-up testing.