Our clinics provide health care services to teens from 13 - 18 years old.
Planned Parenthood of North Florida offers free services to eligible teens that live in Alachua County through our Teen Clinic program. These services include birth control , sexually transmitted infection screenings and treatment, and educational sessions.
For more information or to see if you are eligible for Teen Clinic program, please call our Teen Clinic Coordinator at (352) 377-0881.
If you have questions, you can speak to a PPNF staff member near you by calling 1-800-230-PLAN. To find the PPNF health center nearest you use the 'Find a Health Center' toolbar above.
Check out the links below for more info on sex, sexuality and reproductive health.
Teen Talk is an interactive web site for teens hosted by Planned Parenthood’s national office.
Take Care DownThere
Take Care Down There is a fun, interactive website where you can watch educational videos, play games, and take quizzes. It's all about making sure you know your sexual health information and take care of your down there.
Advocates for Youth
Advocates for Youth champions efforts to help young people make informed, responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health.
This is an award-winning national magazine and web site on sexual health that is written by teen, for teens.
Go Ask Alice
This site works to provide readers with reliable, accessible information and a range of thoughtful perspectives so that they can make responsible decisions concerning their health and well-being.
Scarleteen provides sexual health information with a sense of humor and is specifically geared towards teens. The content of this resource is driven by teens’ questions to the site.
Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc. Florida (ISIS)
Provides information about transmission, testing, and treatment for STDs and HIV. This information is accurate and explained in straightforward terms by Dr. K. (Dr. Jeffrey Klausner), currently the Chief of HIV Care and Treatment Branch for the CDC and Global AIDS program in South Africa and previously the Director of STD Prevention and Control Services for the San Francisco Department of Health. Inspot is a great anonymous partner identification tool. It allows individuals who have been diagnosed with an STD the opportunity to send an anonymous email postcard to persons they suspect they may have exposed. Also, it has a statewide directory that includes all state STD clinic sites and Community Based (CBOs) locations for HIV testing. So, people receiving an e-card can easily find a place to get tested. No information will be collected or shared and the website does not require any personal information to be entered.
Face It Florida (Florida’s Access to Comprehensive Education using Internet Technology)
Is a Florida Department of Health web-based prevention tool to engage, educate, and empower adolescents about sexually transmitted diseases. A person acts as a moderator with a group of friendly, easygoing people. The moderator speaks directly to the user and asks questions conversationally, even waiting for answers selected by the user. There are conversational selections for both adolescents and parents.