Chlamydia Screening Project (ClaSP)
In partnership between the Alameda County Public Health Department, STD Prevention & Control Unit and the Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center, the Chlamydia Screening Project (ClaSP) provides routine chlamydia screening, treatment, referral, and health education for all eligible youth booked into local juvenile justice facilities. The long-term goal of ClaSP is to decrease the prevalence of chlamydia infections among the juvenile justice population by 20%.
The Chlamydia Screening Project (ClaSP) is supported in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Department of Public Health, STD Control Branch.
For inquiries about the Chlamydia Screening Project (ClaSP), please email us at SexualHealth@acgov.org.