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Health Services – HIV and AIDS

 CDC biologist conducting a test
The Communicable Disease Program provides free, confidential testing, counseling, and education for Carroll County residents who are at risk for HIV/AIDS.

Current services as of August, 2020:

Appointment-only drive-up HIV and Hepatitis C rapid testing available Mondays through Friday between 8 AM and 4 PM. To schedule a time or for any questions, please call 410-876-4770 or 410-876-4426.

The Virginia and Maryland Home HIV Testing program is available to cisgender men and transgender people who currently live in Virginia or Maryland. You can request a test once every 90 days.  Virginia & Maryland Home HIV Testing Program

Survey for Ages 13 and older

Sponsor: Baltimore Eligible Metro Area HIV Needs Assessment Survey. 

Content:  Sexual Health

Purpose: Used to plan funding allocation

Time Commitment: 1 hour

With:  Trained Interviewer

Note:  Status neutral (everyone over the age of 13 is invited to do the survey)

How:  443-915-4848 to schedule an appointment

Incentive:  $20 gift card

How to Obtain Services

Who can get services?

Carroll County residents


How do I get services? 

See COVID-19 service update above.

The national directory of public and private providers in the U.S. that offer pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV infection can be found at

Call 410-876-4770 or 410-876-4426 to make an appointment  or walk-in Monday–Friday from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. for free testing. Currently offering appointment-only, drive-through services – see above.

We provide free:

  • confidential testing and counseling
  • walk-in Hepatitis C testing

For non-medical case management providing guidance and assistance in improving access to needed services call 410-876-4771 or 410-876-4427.




8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.