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Email us to book a virtual or in-person appointment or to get free safer sex supplies. All HRC appointments are confidential and free to Berks County teens.

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Health Resource Center

The Health Resource Center is a place where teens ages 13-19 who live in Berks County can connect with sexuality and relationship educators and access resources like the following

Free Private Session

These sessions are your chance to meet one-on-one with our Health Resource Coordinator either virtually or in person. You can ask questions you might be too afraid to ask, talk about romantic relationships, and get information you know you can trust! It's free, confidential, compassionate, and best of all, judgement free!

Safer Sex Supplies

We provide internal condoms, external condoms, lube, and dental dams. And they’re all free and available for Berks County teens.

Educators for your class or group

Learn more about sexual health in group sessionsAvailable sessions can cover a wide variety of topics including abstinence, birth control methods, healthy relationships and intimate partner violence, LGBTQ+ issues, risk reduction strategies, safer sex practices, and so much more! 

Free menstrual cups

Free menstrual cups are available while supplies last

Contact Us

For questions or to set up a session, email or call us at (717) 703-0840. 

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The Health Resource Center is located in the Planned Parenthood Susie and John Stanley Health Center at Reading and is run by Planned Parenthood Keystone. The Health Resource Center Program is a program of AccessMatters. It is supported by funding from the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under Title X of the Public Health Service Act; City of Philadelphia, AIDS Activities Coordinating Office (AACO), and the PA Department of Health. 

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