HIV Resources

H.O.P.E. Testing

3354 E 51st ST
Tulsa, OK 74135

Health Outreach Prevention Education, Inc.’s (H.O.P.E.) mission is to create a healthier community by providing outreach and clinic services focused on HIV, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD), and Hepatitis C (HCV) prevention, education, counseling, testing and referrals to medical care and social services.

H.O.P.E. has provided HIV and STD testing in Tulsa and surrounding communities for over 20 years at its clinic and through a variety of targeted outreach sites. More than half of H.O.P.E.’s clients are uninsured, under-insured or under-served.

Guiding Right

4619 S Harvard AVE, Suite 104
Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 986-8400

Guiding Right, Inc., provides mirror services to Tulsa’s Black community including HIV, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Hepatitis C Testing; Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) medicine that can prevent the spread of HIV; sexual health and prevention education, and condom distribution.

Testing at the Center

Oklahomans for Equality is proud of its alliances with area health services agencies, bringing the LGBT community free and low-cost health screenings at the Equality Center. OKEQ offers free, confidential 15-minute HIV tests, provided by H.O.P.E. (Health Outreach, Prevention & Education) Testing Clinic staff on Tuesdays 4 PM to 6 PM. Please call the Equality Center at 918-743-4297 or H.O.P.E. at 918-749-8378 for more information on how to get tested. En Español 918-749-8389.

HIV Resource Organizations

3712 E 11th ST
Tulsa, OK 74112

Delivering social services to people affected by HIV/AIDS. We are committed to creating a community where all people with HIV/AIDS have equal opportunities for healthy living. We advance our mission through empowerment, inclusion, and the creation of hope by offering tailored, integrated resources and advocating for the end of HIV stigma.

Tulsa CARES strategy is to deliver tailored, integrated services to their clients. These services include:

Oklahomans Living Positive (OLP) Support Group
The goal for this support group is to create a family like community environment for people living with HIV/AIDS. O.L.P. is a group of ordinary people dedicated to improving the quality of life of those living with HIV/AIDS. Each week we talk, visit, meet new people and learn new things about ourselves, about one another and about living with HIV. Each meeting has three components:

  • Support – each member has the opportunity to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences with others who may well understand much of what they are going through. In sharing, members often learn new resources, as well as develop new and lasting friendships.
  • Education  members participate in learning exercises designed to build communication, reduce stress, learn new coping skills, and more. Periodically, speakers are asked to come share their knowledge or expertise on related issues.
  • Interaction – group members not only interact on a weekly basis, but also have the opportunity to participate in periodic informal, inexpensive and/or free outings just to get out and have a little fun.

By invitation only. For information, please contact Mark Smalley at 918-834-4194 or 800-474-4872.
Or contact us by clicking here to submit a request.  Please note: Must be HIV positive to attend and agree to maintain member confidentiality.

Hepatitis C Support​
The Hepatitis C (HCV) program at Tulsa CARES is committed to providing quality treatment to clients with HCV. Those that qualify for Tulsa CARES Hepatitis C program will receive personalized care coordination services, HCV confirmation testing, HCV doctor referral, medication assistance, access to the Tulsa CARES Farmer's Market and Second Cup congregate meal, transportation assistance, linkage to mental health care, education.