Open Monday- Thursday 3:00-7:00pm and Friday from 1:00-4:00pm

Walk-in appointments are taken up until 6:00PM Monday - Thursday, and 3:00PM on Friday.

Our clinic is open to young people ages 29 and under.

For an appointment:

Call 617-227-8378 or e-mail TESTING@BAGLY.ORG



  • HIV Testing (Serum)* Note: this is not the rapid HIV test.

  • Syphilis testing

  • Gonorrhea and chlamydia testing

  • Hepatitis C testing

  • Sexual health education and risk reduction counseling

  • Referrals for primary and mental healthcare

  • Referrals for health insurance enrollment

* Testing is at no cost to the patient.
* We offer quick referrals to additional care, such as treatment and PrEP enrollment.

At the time of your appointment, you will be asked for proof of insurance. However, you are welcome to be tested if you do not have insurance.

You will not be asked for proof of identification.

For over 30 years BAGLY has pioneered comprehensive low threshold access to sexual health services including prevention, screening and referral services, risk counseling, and access to harm reduction materials for LGBTQ young people engaging in high HIV/STD risk behaviors. BAGLY prioritizes programming that will increase long-term success among populations of LGBTQ young people that disproportionately experience barriers to health services and disease prevention.

On February 14, 2013, BAGLY expanded our services by initiating a new Sexual Health Services Clinic located at our brand new LGBTQ Youth Community Center! This new initiative represents a unique collaboration between BAGLY and Fenway Health, and is supported by funding from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and individual donors. Our precedent setting partnership, bridging youth-led, community based programs and clinical services, has revolutionize the landscape of health services available to LGBTQ youth and young adults in greater Boston.

BAGLY's Sexual Health Services Clinic is located at our brand new drop-in center in downtown Boston! Here at The Clinic @BAGLY, peer health educators work with a nurse to provide sexual health care to young people ages 29 and under, with a focus on LGBTQ youth.