Wellness Clinic

We take a compassionate, holistic approach to our prevention, care, and support services. Confidential, and non-judgmental. Helping our community stay safe and informed. We offer compassionate care for our transgender and gender non-conforming community. Free condoms for all!

(Please Note: Due to new procedures in place for COVID-19 clinic wait times might be longer than usual. A mask is required when entering the Wellness Clinic.  We can provide a mask if you do not have one. No children are allowed in the clinic without a parent or guardian).

Testing Clinic Location, Hours and Phone Number

The Henderson Equality Center is located at 1490 W Sunset Rd, Suite 120 Henderson NV 89014

Hours: Tuesday – Friday from 12pm to 8pm by Appointment

Tuesday – Friday from 2pm to 8pm by Walk-In

To reach the Wellness Clinic Directly call: 855-955-5428 Ext 809

Services We Offer

While abstinence is the only way to completely avoid the risk of STDs, condoms have proven extremely effective in stopping many STDs – including chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis – from spreading.  Condoms will also reduce the risk of catching or spreading HPV.

Please stop by the front desk and pick up your complementary safe sex package.

You’ll begin the HIV testing process by talking with one of our Testing & Linkage to Care Specialists, who will give you a Rapid At Home HIV Test. You’ll have your results in about 20 minutes.  (Oraquick Advance test—TeleTesting only)

If your HIV test is positive, you won’t be alone. Our team will work with you to ensure you’re linked to the support you need while you navigate through the next steps toward medical treatment and viral suppression (becoming “undetectable”).

If your HIV test is negative our testing team will offer you free condoms, free lube, referrals for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), referrals for our Counseling Services.  Talk openly with your Testing Specialist about any concerns you may have about risks in your life.

Pre- and Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP and PEP) are two new tools to help prevent HIV. We’re here to help make sure you have what you need to create a personal HIV prevention strategy that works for you.

PrEP is a once-a-day pill for people who do not have HIV, but who are at risk of getting it. We are here to help you figure out if PrEP is right for you. We can also help you set up PrEP medical appointments, navigate insurance coverage, and find ways to help you pay for PrEP.

 

The TRANS Program is designed to empower transgender and gender non-conforming members of our community by helping them navigate the systems necessary to access life-affirming, and often life-saving, health care.

Our Trans Program offers guidance to individuals seeking various forms of support, such as assistance with navigating insurance coverage and changing names and/or gender markers on official documents. Additionally, we provide referrals to other resources at partner organizations.