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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I go to get tested?

1705 Martin Luther King Blvd., Dallas, TX 75215

What time are you open? 

9 AM- 6 PM Monday through Friday

Clinic hours: Monday and Thursday 10 AM- 7 PM, and 9 AM- 6 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Are your services free?

Yes, all of our services are free to the public.

Is the treatment for STI's free?


Do I need an appointment to get tested?

No, walk-ins are always welcome.

Do you provide PrEP/PEP?

Yes, we provide PrEP/PEP at our H.O.P.E. clinic.

What all does Abounding Prosperity test for?

Abounding Prosperity provides testing and treatment for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis C, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia

How can I get involved with Abounding Prosperity's programs and initiatives?

You can get involved with Abounding Prosperity by volunteering your time, participating in our events and programs, spreading awareness through social media, donating, or collaborating with us on projects. Reach out to us directly to learn more about current opportunities to engage with our work.

What communities does Abounding Prosperity serve?

Abounding Prosperity serves marginalized communities, with a particular focus on Black and LGBTQ+ individuals. Our programs and initiatives aim to address the intersecting challenges faced by these communities, including HIV/AIDS, economic disparities, and social injustice.

What resources does Abounding Prosperity offer for HIV prevention and support?

Abounding Prosperity offers a range of resources for HIV prevention and support, including free HIV testing, educational workshops, access to PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), linkage to care services, support groups, and counseling. We strive to provide comprehensive support to individuals affected by HIV/AIDS and work towards reducing transmission rates in our communities.

Can I donate to Abounding Prosperity, and if so, how?

Yes, you can donate to Abounding Prosperity to support our vital work in empowering marginalized communities. You can make a donation securely through our website, where you will find options for one-time donations, recurring contributions, and information on how your donation makes an impact. Additionally, we welcome donations via mail or in person at our office.

Are there volunteer opportunities available with Abounding Prosperity?

Yes, there are volunteer opportunities available with Abounding Prosperity. Volunteers play a crucial role in helping us deliver our programs and services effectively. Whether you are interested in event planning, outreach, administrative support, or providing direct services, we have opportunities that match your skills and interests. Contact our HR Director Timothy Parker at  to learn more about current volunteer opportunities.

How can I stay updated on Abounding Prosperity's events and activities?

You can stay updated on Abounding Prosperity's events and activities by subscribing to our newsletter, following us on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and regularly checking our website's events calendar. We also encourage you to sign up for text alerts if available, ensuring you never miss out on important updates from us.

Are there specific programs for youth within Abounding Prosperity?

Yes, Abounding Prosperity offers specific programs tailored to youth needs. These programs aim to provide education, support, and resources related to sexual health, HIV prevention, career development, and personal empowerment. We recognize the unique challenges faced by young people and strive to create safe and inclusive spaces where they can access the support they need to thrive.

Does Abounding Prosperity offer counseling or mental health support services?

Yes, Abounding Prosperity offers counseling and mental health support services as part of our holistic approach to empowering individuals and communities. Our qualified counselors provide culturally competent and affirming counseling services to address substance misuse and various mental health concerns, including stress, trauma, depression, and anxiety. We are committed to promoting mental well-being and resilience among those we serve.

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