Sexual Health

Many sexually transmitted infections show no signs or symptoms. It is important if you’re sexually active to know your STI and HIV status. Public Health nurses offer a safe place for education on sexual health and protection. Free and confidential testing, treatment, and referrals are available for HIV and sexually transmitted infections. Free safe sex supplies and confidential pregnancy tests are available at the public health office and in the community. For education or testing information, contact us at 712-242-1155.

Services Provided

  • Testing and referral for HIV, Hepatitis C, and Herpes
  • Testing and treatment of Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma genitalium (Mgen), Trichomoniasis (Trich), and Syphilis
  • Telehealth PrEP referrals and routine PrEP blood work
  • Free and confidential pregnancy tests
  • Hep A and Hep B vaccine available, based upon qualifications
  • Free safe sex supplies

Access Granted

Access Granted, an initiative of the Women’s Fund of Omaha, is a collaboration of health care providers committed to increasing barrier-free access to sexual and reproductive health care, resources, and education to adolescents ages 15 to 24 throughout Nebraska and in Pottawattamie County, Iowa.

Young people can now connect to services through Facebook Messenger or via text to find local, youth-approved health centers. Through Access Granted, youth provide input on their experiences of the health care system to improve our overall ability to provide high-quality, compassionate, youth-friendly health centers.

This app is for partners of Access Granted to sign up youth or grant access to free and confidential sexual health services. Get more details on their website, or text "ACCESS" to 844-958-FREE.

If you've been recently diagnosed with an STD. Text a sexual partner that they might be at risk of an STD. If you text a partner, it will ALWAYS be anonymous. (Keep in mind that if your partner has only had sex with you, they’ll likely know it was from you). Studies have shown that anonymous notification options improve the rate of partner notification, which contributes to the successful detection, diagnosis, and treatment of transmitted infections. Click on the Tell your Partner Button below to learn more. 

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