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Have you heard of our weekly Teen Clinic?

Health Services for Teens

PPNC offers a wide variety of health care services for teens, including birth control, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing and more.

PPNC offers weekly teen clinics on Friday nights from 4 - 6 PM in our Hempstead Health Center located at 540 Fulton Avenue. Teens are welcome to come for their appointments or walk in for services.

For more information about our Teen Clinic and services you can access, click here.  


If you're not sure how you can afford to pay for care, or if you already have insurance and don't know if we accept it, you should still come to PPNC.

Our staff will talk with you to figure out how you can get the health services you need. As a teenager, you may also be eligible for FREE birth control and exams. You do not need to get your parents' permission or submit their income when applying for most public insurance or seeking financial assistance for family planning and reproductive health care.


Teen Confidentiality

Confidentiality means privacy. According to New York State law, if you are under the age of 18 and you understand the risks and benefits of birth control, you do not need your parents' permission to receive reproductive health care. All of our services are confidential, which means that our staff will not tell your parents or guardians anything about the services you receive at PPNC.

Even though you don't have to ask your parents, it's a good idea to talk with them or another adult you trust about the medical care you need. We want you to be safe! If you have any questions about confidentiality, please ask us when you make your appointment.


What should I talk to PPNC about?

You can talk to PPNC's doctors, nurses and educators about ANYTHING! Come to us if you...

  • Think you might be pregnant
  • Need birth control or the morning-after pill (emergency contraception)
  • Think you have a sexually transmitted infection
  • Need information about alcohol, tobacco, or other drug use
  • Are being hurt by someone
  • Want to talk about personal, school, family issues or feelings about sex and sexuality

For more information or to make an appointment, click here or call (516) 750-2508.

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