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 Free Condoms 

Correctly using a condom every time you have sex can reduce (though not eliminate) the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and viral hepatitis. Learn how to correctly use a condom in English or Spanish.

Many Local Public Health Authorities across Oregon provide condoms with no cost. Find your Local Public Health Authority here

If you live in Oregon and are having a hard time getting condoms, you can order a free envelope of condoms and lubricant delivered discreetly to your door. Click below to order yours.

Order free condoms

 Free At-Home HIV and STI Tests 

If you live in Oregon and have barriers to getting tested, you can order a free at-home HIV or HIV/STI test kit delivered to your door. Select which test you need. 

Order a free at-home HIV test  Order a free at-home HIV and STI test

Free Lab-Based HIV and Syphilis Tests

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Anyone 18 years and older in Oregon can also use to book a free HIV and/or syphilis test at a local laboratory. Screening for other sexually transmitted infections, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, is available with a cost through

How to schedule free HIV and/or syphilis testing:
  • Visit and click “Find a Lab” to find testing locations in your area. Oregon residents can use any lab locations that work best, even those in bordering states.
  • Once you have selected a lab location, call 1-800-456-2323 and press 1 to request your free Oregon HIV and/or syphilis test.
  • A representative will help you schedule your lab appointment at a time and location convenient for you.
  • You will receive your test results electronically in 1-2 days. If you have a positive result, a clinician from will also call to follow up with you, answer any questions you may have, and provide information on how to access treatment. You may also receive a follow up call from your local health department.

Free Naloxone

Naloxone is a medication designed to reverse an opioid overdose.

Order free Naloxone

 Reminder Services

Remembering to take medications can be difficult, but several websites and apps can help you remember. Check out the options below and pick one that will work for you. 

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 If you have questions about setting reminders, contact your HIV Case Manager or email Oregon Health Authority at

Prefer to research apps on your own? Several blogs rate reminder apps. Start with this list of the best reminder apps for Android and this list of the best reminder apps for IOS or Android