HIV Testing

We believe HIV testing should be available for people in a way that means they are accessible, discreet and the results get to you quickly.  If you feel you may have been exposed to a potential risk of infection, or you feel you should check your status for peace of mind then we can help you get access to HIV testing kits.

People can get anxious when they think they have exposed themselves to HIV.  It is common for people to read symptoms of HIV online and over- analyse anything similar they have experienced during this time. Not everyone experiences symptoms and the only way you can be sure of your status is to take a test within the advised window period. 

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3 steps to getting your HIV test

Step 1: Fill out our contact form

Fill out our contact form, just click the image below and it will take you to the form.  It takes a matter of minutes to fill out and is super easy.

Step 2: Someone will speak to you

Someone from The Eddystone Trust will call you back for a confidential and discreet chat about your enquiry and speak to you about why you feel you need a HIV test.

Step 3: Your free HIV testing kit will be sent in the post

If we feel you need a test, you can choose between a mouth swab test or a finger prick test.  Our testing kits are supplied by Simplitude ByMe and Oraquick. We'll also talk you through how to do the test via a video call.  You get the results within 15 minutes of taking the test and we’re also on hand to talk you through the result
.  Tests ordered by The Eddystone Trust will arrive in the post directly from our testing kit suppliers.

HIV Testing Registration Form

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home testing kit and one of the team
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