Free Mail Order Condom Distribution Programs

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Condoms Work. Period. 

Condoms are a way to protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases. When used correctly and consistently, condoms are highly effective in preventing HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).  When used correctly and consistently, condoms are very efficient in preventing HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Condoms are 98% effective at protecting against most STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhea.

Locating Free Condoms

Several public health districts throughout Georgia provide free condoms to the general public. To pick up free condoms visit your local health department. It is quick, easy, and confidential.

Condoms can also be mailed directly to your home for free. Condom distribution programs aim to prevent the spread of HIV, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and unplanned pregnancies by making condoms available and accessible to any Georgia resident. Mail-order condom programs can be located by clicking on your local health district below. 

Health Districts Offering Free Mail Order Condoms

North Georgia Health District (Dalton)

Cobb-Douglas Health District

Fulton Health District

Clayton Health District (Jonesboro)

Gwinnett-Newton-Rockdale Health District (Lawrenceville)

Dekalb Health District

District 4 Health District (LaGrange)

South Central Health District (Dublin)

North Central Health District (Macon)

East Central Health District (Augusta)

West Central Health District (Columbus)

South Health District (Valdosta)

Southwest Health District (Albany)

Coastal Health District (Savannah)

Southeast Health District (Waycross)

Northeast Health District (Athens)

 

Georgia public health district map

 

Page last updated 9/15/22