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What It Is

The primary goal of the Kentucky Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention and Control Program is to prevent the spread and complications of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Diseases and Conditions:

Where to get help

Local Health Departments offer testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis, and provide treatment for individuals diagnosed with, exposed to, or suspected of having these diseases. Patients with other sexually transmitted infections will receive counseling about the infection and will be referred to a healthcare provider, who can test for and treat these diseases.

Services received at local health departments are confidential. A service fee may be charged; however, patients will not be denied testing or treatment if they are unable to pay.

Data and Statistics

For information and statistical data requests, please contact the Kentucky STD Prevention and Control Program at (502) 564-4804.

Information for Healthcare Providers

STD Treatment Guidelines Recommended by CDC

2015 STD Treatment Guidelines

How to Report 

Please report by phone or sending confidential reports for STD cases on the EPID200 form by fax or mail to the Kentucky STD Prevention and Control Program state office or the local health department where the case resides.

Secured fax (502) 564-5715
Phone (502) -564-4804

Mail to
Ketucky Department for Public Health
STD Prevention and Control Program
275 East Main Street, MS HS2CC
Frankfort, KY 40621

Local Health Departments