LGBTQIA Health at Stanford
Vaden Health Center provides a welcoming, safe environment for all students and is dedicated to LGBTQIA inclusion in our services. Students may request a CAPS clinician who has specialized training in working with gender and sexuality.
- Frequently Asked Questions: LGBTQIA Health at Stanford
- Intersex Health
- Men Who Have Sex with Men
- Sexual Fluidity
- Women Who Have Sex with Women
- Trans Health
For more information, visit https://vaden.stanford.edu/health-resources/lgbtqia-health
HIV*PACT offers free, anonymous HIV testing, counseling, and education to all registered Stanford University students and affiliates. HIV*PACT is located on the second floor of Vaden Health Center, right at the top of the stairs and down to the end of the hallway. (HIV*PACT offers a saliva (OraQuick) test. Students looking for a blood test should make an appointment through Vaden Medical Services.) HIV*PACT is both anonymous and free, use of these services is unlimited. Students may return for testing as often as they need.
For more information visit: http://hivpact.webs.com