It’s important to get the facts about sex (even if you’re not sexually active) so you can make responsible choices about your life. It’s smart to protect yourself from unplanned pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections, and to make sure your relationships and your body are healthy.
Do you have questions about birth control, STIs, emergency contraception (EC), laws affecting teens' access to abortion, or other sexual health issues? Planned Parenthood offers an online chat service to answer questions. If you have a time-sensitive question about emergency contraception or other health issues, please call your local Planned Parenthood health center at (317) 522-9002.
Resources for Young People
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) provides lots of resources for teens and young adults, from health services including birth control, pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment, annual checkups, condoms, and other supplies, to information and education though our resources and our youth programs. Our health centers serve people under 18 (parental permission or judicial bypass required for abortion services).
Whether you want to research a particular health topic for a school paper or presentation; schedule an educational session for your class, after-school club, or youth group; or ask a health-related question, we’re here to help.
Got questions? Get answers!
Online Resources for Teens and Young Adults
I Wanna Know
Go Ask Alice: Columbia University’s health Q&A site for teens
Coalition for Positive Sexuality
Scarleteen: Sex Education for the Real World
Advocates for Youth
LGBTQ Students and College Affordability
Schedule an education session
Our educators are available to teach sessions on a wide variety of topics, at your school, after-school group, church, youth center, or elsewhere in your community. Email [email protected] to contact the educator closest to your area to find out more or schedule a session.