Sexual Health Services

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health offers several programs and services dedicated to women, men and teenagers sexual and reproductive health.

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health offers the following FREE Sexual Health Services:

  • HIV/AIDS Case Management
  • Information on HIV/AIDS and Related Health Issues
  • STI Testing Referral and Linkage to Treatment
  • STI Hotline
  • Safe Sex Kits
  • Partner Services
  • HIV/Hepatitis C/Syphilis Rapid Testing Services
  • STI/HIV Community Education & Outreach
  • PrEP Navigation Services

The Department of Health’s STI Clinical Services provides quality screening, treatment and education services for County residents. Eligible individuals can be evaluated and treated by contracted medical providers. For more information on eligibility for STI Clinical Services, call our STI Hotline at 410-222-7382 or use the form below.


Sexual Assault Crisis Center and Hotline

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center operates a hotline (410-222-6800), 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide services to victims of rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse. Victim advocates respond to the needs of the victim and accompany and support her/him throughout the hospital emergency room visit. Short-term professional counseling is available during the aftermath of the sexual assault.


Free safe sex kit

Anne Arundel County Residents, Order Your FREE Safe Sex Kit Today!

The Kit Includes:

  • Information on HIV and STI facts and HIV testing sites
  • Condom Pal Case, which holds two male condoms (great for purses and pockets)
  • A variety of condoms, e.g., male condoms, female condom, dental dams, and lubricants

Order Now

Parents of Teens and Young Adults

The Department encourages parents’ involvement in their children’s health care, but with Maryland’s Minor Consent Law teens may seek confidential contraceptive and STI-related care on their own.

Tips for Parents: Talking to Your Teens About Sex and Other Health Topics   
Tips for Teens: Things You Need To Know About Sex, Tobacco and Alcohol

For educational materials and presentations on decision-making, relationship responsibilities and developing self-esteem, call 410-222-7382.

Pregnancy Testing

The health centers accept walk ins for pregnancy testing, no appointment needed at Glen Burnie Health Center, 410-222-6633, and Parole Health Center, 410-222-7247. Click here to view clinic locations.