LOCATION/HOURS

1 ERC Main Office
230 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1800
Atlanta, GA 30303
2 ERC Clinic
230 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1800
Atlanta, GA 30303
3 Behavioral Health/Outreach
230 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1800
Atlanta, GA 30303

If you still have a question, please let us know, by sending an email to info@erc-inc.org . Thank you!

CLINIC HOURS

Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Thur - 9:00AM-8:00PM
Saturday by appointment only!
Sunday CLOSED

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Have a question? Check out our frequently asked questions below. Don't see an answer to your question? Please contact the Clinic Director at (404) 526-1148 or Email: Clinic@ERC-Inc.org.

The Comprehensive Intervention Clinic is open from Monday to Friday (9AM to 6PM), Thursday (9AM to 8PM), Saturdays, by appointment only. ERC is closed on Sunday. Appointments are encouraged though walk-in services are also available on a first come first served basis and subject to clinician availability.

No. We strive to keep our pricing as low as possible for our clients. In addition, we offer free HIV testing for eligible individuals.

All the information in your notes on the computer and from the discussions you have with your clinician are strictly confidential. It can sometimes be useful to share your records with your primary care doctor but we will not do this without your express permission to do so. The only other time we would tell anyone else about your visit would be if: · You are under 18 and tell us about someone who has abused you sexually, physically or emotionally · Your life is at serious risk · You tell us about someone under 18 who is being abused · Another person’s life is at risk But we would discuss this with you first and give you all the support you need.

You can bring anyone you trust to be with you in the reception area and even to accompany you when you into the room to see the clinician. However, if you choose to have another person in the room with you, we cannot guarantee that they will not share the information you give to us with another person.

The CDC currently recommends that everyone should be tested annually for HIV, annually for Chlamydia (in women younger than 25 years old) and every 3-6 months in those previously infected and Pap smears every one to two years (after age 21). The frequency of testing for other infections depends upon your sexual behaviors/risk factors.

We have the facility to provide some STI results and give the appropriate treatment straight away. This includes tests for Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), Trichomonas, and Yeast Infection (in certain cases). For all other test results, you will receive these between 1-2 weeks after your visit. If an STI is diagnosed, you will be asked to return to the clinic for treatment to cure or manage the infection, depending on the diagnosis. In addition to treating your infection, we can also help you manage the infection by contacting any partners who may have been at risk and ensuring they are offered screening too. This is managed discreetly and confidentiality and will only be done with your consent.

Yes, this is possible. You need to discuss this with your clinician to come to an agreement about this. You may have tests results emailed to you via secure email. Your clinician may prefer having you come back to discuss any other questions or concerns.

Yes, a positive result means you have an infection. Depending which test comes back as positive, most sexually transmitted infections can be treated with antibiotics (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis), others may require long term treatment to manage them (HIV). Whereas other STIs may have episodes that require management at times (herpes), but are harmless to your health.

If your HIV test comes back as preliminary positive, ERC will conduct a confirmatory test, as required by Georgia law. If the confirmatory test comes back as positive, then the clinician will enroll you into the EmpowerLink Program. You will be matched with a Linkage Coordinator, who will assist in linking you to primary medical care and with any barriers that may present themselves. Please click here for more information on the EmpowerLink Program.

Yes. If you are aged 13 or over, you can come to ERC and see a clinician there who will be able to issue you with a supply of condoms.

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