Navajo County

Proudly Serving, Continuously Improving Since 1895

Navajo County Public Health Services
Nursing Services
Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Information, testing and treatment are available at all three offices for Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia. Screening for HIV and herpes is also available. All tests are by appointment only. Please plan at least an hour for your visit. Parental consent is not required for STD and HIV testing for minors who are 14 years of age or older.

"HIV does not discriminate. Anyone can get it, even in Navajo County…!"

HIV / AIDS Prevention & Control

We provide HIV counseling and testing (anonymous and confidential) and offer education services to all communities in Navajo County. We also provide individual level interventions, peer counseling, health education classes and community-level interventions. All Navajo County residents are eligible for services at no charge. For further information call one of the district offices:

Winslow (928) 289-6830
Holbrook (928) 524-4750
Show Low (928) 532-6050

HIV Outpatient Services (Ryan White Title II)

These funds are available for Navajo County residents who are infected with HIV/AIDS. The services include medical, dental, case management, counseling, and emergency assistance. A consortium of citizens from Navajo, Yavapai, Coconino, Apache, and the Navajo Nation. Counties meet quarterly to address the needs of their respective populations and decide what services will be provided. We work closely with the state Health Department and the Arizona Drug Assistance program to ensure that clients receive their HIV medications. For further information please contact an area public health nurse for a referral to our case manager out of Flagstaff.

Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic is offered by appointment. The goal of the program is to reduce the spread of all STD’s with priority given to gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia. The program primarily relates to case-finding and case-prevention. All cases and contact of clients are followed-up for evidence of treatment. Prevention remains the target. Education is emphasized by providing individual and group instruction. Call one of the district offices for an appointment:

Winslow (928) 289-6830
Holbrook (928) 524-4750
Show Low (928) 532-6050

HIV / AIDS screening and counseling is a service offered by appointment. Clients are screened and counseled regarding HIV transmission and prevention. All information is kept confidential. Call one of our three locations nearest you for an appointment.

Arizona laws govern the control of communicable, environmental, and occupational diseases dangerous to the public health. Following Arizona Department of Health (ADHS) guidelines and criteria, reportable communicable diseases are followed-up to prevent the spread of the disease and to determine the prevalence of the disease.


For more information, visit your local health department or Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Arizona Department of Health.

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