STI Self-Test Kit


Order a free sexually transmitted infection (STI) self-testing kit via (IWTK). Kits are available to Alaskans ages 14 years and older.

The IWTK STI self-testing kits offer options to test for gonorrhea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae) or chlamydia (chlamydia trachomatis). In female-bodied people, the kits also offer the option to test for trichomoniasis.

If you test positive, a medical professional will follow up with you confidentially to provide education and linkage to care.

Alaska mailing addresses only.
Clicking ‘Order Now’ will take you to an external website to process your order.

This option does not test for syphilis, but is meant to improve access to STI testing, especially in rural Alaska. We recommend, as long as you feel comfortable, that you visit your local health care provider or family-planning clinic to receive STI and HIV testing. (find a clinic here)

Visit the STI testing page to learn more about the benefits of knowing your status and whether you may be at risk for STIs and HIV.

Consider ordering condoms to minimize risk and learning more about safer-sex practices.

An Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium medical professional provides key components to the self-test kits, which are the confidential follow-up and linkage to care services. If you test positive, this service provides you with the education and connection to health care services you need to prevent and treat STIs.

IWTK is part of a laboratory at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine that specializes in sexually transmitted infections (STI) research. Their laboratory is licensed by the State of Maryland and certified by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). Learn more about I Want The Kit on their website.