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Free HIV Test

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to take a test. Check this page for the latest free test campaigns.

The following free test campaigns can be used at both our Anonymous Testing Service and Mobile Testing Service.

 

What is HIV testing?   What if I test positive?

 

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FREE HIV TESTS FOR HETEROSEXUAL MEN (仅异性恋者使用)

Free HIV tests for heterosexual men are available at our Anonymous Testing Service and Mobile Testing Service. Bring along a printed copy of the coupon or flash it on your mobile phone.

Learn More About The Heterosexual Outreach Programme

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FREE HIV & SYPHILIS TESTS FOR GAY, BISEXUAL AND QUEER/QUESTIONING (GBQ) MEN

For more information on free HIV/syphilis tests for GBQ men, visit the gayhealth.sg website or Instagram.

We are running a survey that aims to assess attitudes, perceptions and behavioural preferences among self-identified MSM to inform future HIV programmes that better serve the needs of our community.

Upon completing the survey you will be entitled to claim a free HIV and Syphilis test. Please approach our staff or volunteers at gayhealth.sg outreaches to complete the survey, after which you can claim the free tests. (While stocks last)

Venue location and timings of the gayhealth.sg outreaches are posted on their Instagram.

 

FREE HIV TESTS FOR WOMEN

Free HIV tests for women (both cisgender & transgender) are available at our Anonymous Testing Service and Mobile Testing Service. No coupon required, while stocks last.

A female counsellor is available at most ATS/MTS sessions. If you wish to confirm that there will be one on the day that you plan to go down, please contact us at 6254 0212 or info@afa.org.sg.

Do I need to test?

The National HIV Programme recommends that everyone aged 21 and above (except for women aged over 65) test for HIV at least once in their lifetimes, regardless of risk factors. People at higher risk of HIV should test at least once a year.

In Singapore, women make up less than 10% of diagnosed HIV cases among residents. However, most women acquire HIV from their husbands or boyfriends. So it can be difficult for women to gauge if they are at risk based on their own behaviours alone.

Take charge of your own sexual health — get tested today.