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Community Care Resources of FL (CCRSFL) does not offer abortion services but we offer testing and subsequent treatment of sexually transmitted infections, and infections that are not sexually transmitted. Our mission is to provide comprehensive care in a respectful compassionate environment.

Herpes Simplex Virus I/II (HSV I/HSV II)

Screening for HSV 1/HSV 2. If you are experiencing symptoms we do offer treatment.


Symptoms may include:

(1) If you are experiencing blisters around the mouth, genitals, or rectum, testing can be an option.

(2) These blisters might give a sensation of burning, tingling, or numbing around the affected area.

(3) Some people experience flu-like symptoms or at times, there are no symptoms at all.

If you believe you have been exposed, please let us know. Most people who have been infected, don’t even know they have the virus.

(Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2017)

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)

Confidential Rapid HIV Antibody Test and HIV Early Detection Test with a Syphilis Test:* FREE Anonymous** HIV Antibody Screening.

HPV (Human Papillomavirus)

Community Care Resource Center does not test for or treat HPV. Please make an appointment with your primary care physician.

Hepatitis C

Individual Hepatitis testing available. Treatment not offered. Please see your primary care physician or other health care provider if your presumptive test is positive.


We perform the Rapid Test for Hepatitis C. Hep C which is spread by sharing needles & syringes. Hep-C can also be spread through sexual contact with an infected person or receiving tattoos/piercing from unlicensed individuals. The Hep C test is done via Rapid Test kit in office. Takes 15 mins for results.


We also check for Hep B which is spread via sexual contact, blood, blood products, IV needles, contact with semen and bodily fluids every three months for the patients on the prep program.


We do not test for Hep A  which is a food-borne illness. Please see your primary care provider for this test and possible treatment.

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