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Confidential care without judgement.

Privacy is important. Your health care visit will be private, confidential, and without judgement.  

Your right to care. 

Youth in Illinois can get many sexual health services, including birth control, on their own! We encourage you to talk with a trusted adult, but you do not need anyone’s permission to make an appointment. You can also come to Planned Parenthood no matter your income, insurance, gender identity, sexuality or immigration status.

Your privacy is very important to us.

Young people are sharing their stories 

"I use birth control pills to control my acne and to slow my endometriosis"

- 14, Chicago (she/her)

"I was nervous about getting the implant. But, it was painless and quick, and I have not experienced any negative side-effects."

- Annie, 18, Chicago (she/her)

"All sexual health services should be available to everyone. Not just the wealthy or the people who live close to services, but everyone." 

- 15, Chicago (she/her)

Have burning questions (or questions about something burning down there)?

Meet Roo! Our new new sexual health chatbot can give you accurate answers to your sexual health questions, totally judgment-free, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

Meet Roo

So many methods

the pill

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the patch

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the implant

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the iud

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the shot

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the ring

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the external condom

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the internal condom

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Get birth control pills from your phone.

Planned Parenthood Direct. Download the app.


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