Nearly 30% of people living with HIV in Ontario don’t know that they have the virus.

Protect yourself; protect your partner.

Make HIV testing part of your regular routine.


Why get tested?
There are many benefits of getting tested:
· Relieves anxiety
· Gives you the opportunity to receive accurate information, treatment and support
· Better long term health outcomes
· Get information on safer sex, safer drug use, and how to protect you and your partner

What is rapid testing?

Rapid testing means that you can find out if you are HIV negative right away, so there is no waiting. And it is anonymous, which means that your name and identity is not requested, recorded, or reported.

Where can I get a rapid, anonymous HIV test?
Rapid testing is available at the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County, located at 89 Dawson Road, Unit 115. Rapid testing is available every Wednesday from 1:30-3:30pm. No appointment is required. Check our website, or call for details.

For more information, contact the AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County at 519-763-2255

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