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Wayne Fette

The Wayne Fette HIV Testing & Prevention Program

Wayne Fette was an early and longstanding supporter and advocate for HIV/AIDS services, offering one of the first venues for free HIV testing in Ogunquit, Maine. He also proudly flew the first rainbow flag in Ogunquit, Maine, in recognition of LGBTQ rights. Wayne always made a point to contribute to and participate in charitable events, raising awareness and funds for critical services, including Ogunquit’s Spirit of Giving and The Southern Maine AIDS Walk. He was on various boards including GLAD (Boston) and the Youth Enrichment Center at Hilton-Winn Farm. Our community fondly remembers his smile, warmth and generosity, and we are honored to name the Prevention Program in his memory.

HIV & Hepatitis C Testing

Frannie Peabody Center offers free, confidential rapid HIV and Hepatitis C Testing. Our prevention staff are certified by the Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention, and use FDA-approved rapid testing technology.

Walk-in Testing Wednesdays 2-5pm

30 Danforth St. Suite 309, Portland


Condoms & Risk Reduction

Need Condoms? Questions about HIV and STI transmission and risk? Give us a call! Our prevention staff are trained to answer your questions and refer you to community services and providers that you may need.


Targeted Expanded Self-Testing For Maine

Frannie Peabody Center is proud to partner with organizations throughout Maine for the distribution of free HIV self-test kits. These tests are available at our partner sites, community events, and can be ordered individually and mailed discreetly by clicking the button below.  Your participation in the accompanying survey helps us guide services  and expand opportunities for free testing services.

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The distribution of HIV self-test kits by Frannie Peabody Center is a project of: Enhancing Community Capacity to Support HIV Self-Testing supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $148,757 with 100 percent funded by CDC/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, CDC/HHS or the U.S. Government.

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PrEP + PEP Navigation

Frannie Peabody Center launched PreP207 in 2020 as a resource for people in need of support navigating access to Pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis.

To learn more about PrEP and PEP, click the icon to the left or call 207-553-PrEP

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Community Education

The public funding we receive is for services and education for the highest-risk populations. However, we consider it an important part of our work to provide education and testing for those who want to know how to protect themselves from HIV. These activities are supported solely by fundraising.

Community HIV education is available to employers, schools, community organizations, religious groups, and other agencies. Frannie Peabody Center provides a comprehensive presentation that includes health promotion topics and information about counseling and testing. We will work with you to adapt the presentation to meet the needs of your group.

To schedule a speaker for your group contact Prevention at 207.619.8013

Partnerships in Outreach

Frannie Peabody Center partners with Maine Access Immigrant Network and Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness to effectively reach a diverse set of communities in Maine with HIV prevention services. Click on their logos below to learn more about the important services they provide. 

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