Can anyone access your services, or are these services only for UF students?
- Our services are open to everyone. Some services require an appointment (e.g., Equal Access Clinic’s Eye Clinic, Neurocognitive Screening Initiative, HIV testing and counseling).
- HealthStreet membership is free.
- HealthStreet hosts a variety of support groups that are open to everyone, with no HealthStreet membership required.
- HealthStreet town hall series, Our Community, Our Health, is open to the general public at no charge.
Are your services free of charge?
- All HealthStreet services available to the general public are free.
- HealthStreet also provides recruitment services to researchers, some of which have a fee.
Does HealthStreet still provide confidential HIV testing, counseling, and safer sex kits?
- Yes. Safer sex kits can be picked up at HealthStreet, and HIV testing and counseling is available by appointment. For an appointment, call (352) 294-4880.
In order to access your services, do you have to bring a picture ID?
- No ID is required. If members need access to member-only services, we ask them to verbally verify their identity.
- We do ask all guests for their first name, last initial, and zip code to log the number of HealthStreet facility visitors each day.
Are appointments required?
- Appointments are required for certain services (e.g., Equal Access Clinic’s Eye Clinic, Neurocognitive Screening Initiative, HIV testing and counseling).
- No appointment is required to access our clothing closet, toiletry pantry, or to receive referrals.
Do people have to complete an application for your services?
- Those who wish to become a HealthStreet member will need to complete a Health Needs Assessment with a Community Health Worker.
Do you have translation availability?
- We have staff, volunteers, and interns who can provide translation in Spanish.
Does HealthStreet have United Way approval?