One way to find health clinics that offer free testing for HIV, which causes AIDS, is to use the websites of the Center for Disease Control and FreeHIVTest.net. The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once in their lives and that high-risk groups should get tested more frequently.
The CDC website has a search engine that allows people to search for health clinics that offer free HIV testing in their areas, using their ZIP codes. The website asks for gender and pregnancy status, because some free services are only available to pregnant women. The CDC lists the name, address, phone number and a list of provided services for all the health clinics nearby that offer free HIV testing. The website also allows users to filter possible clinics by distance and whether other STD tests or hepatitis tests are available.
FreeHIVTesting.net is another website that helps people find free HIV testing services in their local areas. All that is required is one's city or ZIP code and distance requirements. Free HIV Testing provides the addresses and links to the websites of local clinics, as well as the hours of operation.