Planned Parenthood provides a safe place for teens to come for health care and medically-accurate sexuality education.
Teens age 12-17 can come to any of our Palm Beach County health centers for reproductive health care services at little to no cost.
You do NOT have to be a resident of Palm Beach County to get little or no-cost services!
When you're at a Planned Parenthood health center, there’s no such thing as a stupid question. We’ve heard it all! Our healthcare providers are here to talk with you about your body and ensure you get the care you need. No Matter What.
Three Palm Beach County Locations
West Palm Beach
931 Village Blvd. Suite 904
West Palm Beach, FL 33409 p: 561.683.0302
Options include pills, Depo-Provera injections, IUDs such as Paragard, Mirena or Liletta (that prevent pregnancy between 5-12 years) and the Nexplanon implant (that prevents pregnancy up to 4 years.)
STD/STI Testing and Treatment
Testing and treatment for STD/STIs including Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and Syphilis
Plan B (Emergency Contraception)
The Plan B pill works best when you take it within 3 days after unprotected sex.
A pregnancy test can give you the knowledge to help you take whatever next steps are best for you.
Getting tested is the only way to find out if you have HIV.
Treatment for urinary tract infections, yeast infections and other vaginal infections.
Gain the information, skills and motivation you need to make healthy decisions about sex and sexuality.
Initial visit/annual exam
For males and females
Intimate Partner Violence
You deserve to feel safe in your relationship. Emotional, verbal, or physical abuse is not your fault. Recognize the signs of an unhealthy relationship and get help.
Confidentiality means privacy. Even though you are under 18, your visit at Planned Parenthood and your test results are completely confidential and cannot be shared without your consent.
According to Florida law, if you are under the age of 18, 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 service you receive at PPSENFL.
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, please ask!