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Condom Distribution Program

Florida Department of Health in Volusia County Infectious Disease Services

By taking a simple step, like wearing a condom, you can protect yourself and others from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County makes condoms available, accessible, and at no cost by reaching underserved communities with the highest rates of STI/HIV/AIDS and other health disparities.

The HIV program works with city clinics, community organizations and local businesses to make condoms widely available to the public to help stop HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

Join the Program!

If your organization is interested in offering no cost condoms, you can become a distribution partner.


Florida Department of Health
Locations for No-Cost Condoms:
Daytona Beach
1845 Holsonback Drive
Daytona Beach

New Smyrna Beach
717 W. Canal Street
New Smyrna Beach

Orange City
775 Harley Strickland Blvd.
Orange City

Become a Condom Distribution Partner

The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County HIV Program provides residents access to no-cost male and female condoms through clinics, community partners and local businesses. The following describes the qualifications your business or organization must meet to participate.

Community Partner Qualifications and Requirements

To qualify as a community partner, an organization must able to meet the following requirements:

  1. Provide condoms at no-cost to their patrons/clients and the general public.
  2. Allow condoms to be taken freely, without harsh restrictions or barriers. In other words, you cannot limit the amount of condoms a person takes.
  3. Make male and female condoms available and accessible and marketing materials clearly visible and easy to access.
  4. Be open to providing or receiving STD/HIV/AIDS education and referrals for/to their patrons/clients (and to the general public, if possible).

Want to become a registered condom distribution site? Call 386-274-0634 for more information.

Some of our community partners include: