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3540 East 31 St Street, Suite 3 Tulsa, OK 74135

(918) 749 8378

HIV/STD Hotline: 800-535-2437

En Español: 918-749-8389


About HOPE

Health Outreach Prevention Education, Inc.’s (H.O.P.E.) mission is to create a healthier community by providing outreach and clinic services focused on HIV, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD), and Hepatitis C (HCV) prevention, education, counseling, testing and referrals to medical care and social services.

H.O.P.E. has provided HIV and STD testing in Tulsa and surrounding communities for over 20 years at its clinic and through a variety of targeted outreach sites. More than half of H.O.P.E.’s clients are uninsured, underinsured or underserved.

As one of the largest agencies providing STD testing in Tulsa, H.O.P.E. offers free, confidential testing at all of its outreach sites and at the mobile STD testing unit in northeastern Oklahoma. For a nominal fee, H.O.P.E. offers confidential HIV testing and other STD testing at its Tulsa clinic.

1 in 4  people who have an STD are unaware they are infected. It is important to know your status to seek medical care in order to live a long, healthy life. H.O.P.E.’s Outreach Specialists know making the decision to seek HIV testing or other STD testing can be daunting. Therefore, H.O.P.E. believes confidentiality and privacy are important, and that the best way to prevent spreading an STD is to get tested and practice safe sex. Many of the tests are rapid; patients often receive results in 20 – 30 minutes.

Core Values

  • Promote the importance of knowing one's health status
  • Ensure equal access to services
  • Ensure high standards of confidentiality
  • Provide culturally sensitive services in a compassionate environment

Get tested, know your status and practice safe sex. If you test positive, begin medical care.