Health and Testing

 

 

University Health Services, Tang Center

The Tang Center has several types of clinics tailored to meet the needs of busy UC Berkeley students.  For services specific for the queer and trans community, click here.

PATH to Care Center

The PATH to Care Center provides affirming, empowering, and confidential support for survivors and those who have experienced gendered violence, including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation

Berkeley Rec Sports

The Recreational Sports Facility is the University’s largest fitness center

University Health Services

 

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  • Sexpert Education Clinic

    • https://uhs.berkeley.edu/shep-

    • Students can meet one-on-one (and/or with their partner) with a trained Sexpert on Friday’s from 12-3pm in Health Promotion, 2nd floor Tang Center to:

      • Discuss sexual decision-making, sexual communication, safer sex and contraceptive options

      • Take a free rapid HIV antibody test (offered once a month; space is limited and clients will be tested on a first come, first served basis)

      • Get free samples of condoms, dental dams and lube

    • Drop-ins welcome. Appointments encouraged - schedule your Sexpert Education Clinic appointment here (link is external)!

  • UHS Pharmacy

    • https://uhs.berkeley.edu/sexuality-

      • Great extensive list of outside resources

    • Low-cost safer sex supplies and contraceptives- What supplies, how much? Look into this resource more.

  • Crisis Drop-ins

    • The Tang center has Crisis Drop-ins M-F 10am-5pm.

    • If you need support during off hours, one may call (855) 817-5667 for any concerns or issues.

  • Confidentiality

    • LGBTQ patients often have concerns that their sexual orientation not be disclosed without their consent. Appointments with clinicians, counselors and other UHS staff are confidential. By law, your parents, friends, professors, coaches and other school officials do not have access to your UHS records.

  • Medical Records

    • The only way that someone may know about your appointment is if you tell them, if you give us written permission to release information, or if we are required by legal directive.

  • Counseling Records

    • Like medical records, these are protected by law. In addition, counseling records are kept separately from medical records.

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