Got questions? Our health center staff is always ready to answer them, but if you're looking for some quick info online, these are a few great places to start.
Info For Teens: Planned Parenthood's website specifically for young people, addressing common questions on sexual health issues.
The national Planned Parenthood organization also has a huge database of information on sexual health topics, from birth control and STDs, to body image and sexual orientation. Click here to browse topics or take their interactive quizzes on birth control options, STD testing, and when it's time to take a pregnancy test.
MTV's It's Your (Sex) Life: This website has tons of articles and videos about sexual health questions, talking about sex, protection methods, pregnancy, STDs and many other topics. They also have a special section called GYT (Get Yourself Tested) that's totally dedicated to the topic of STD testing and STD risks and testing. Did you know 1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by age 25? Find out how to get tested and stay safe here.
Sex Etc.: Sex ed by teens, for teens
Sometimes a website just isn't enough and for those times, we have a great team of educators and medical staff available to help. And at our Teen Clinics (which take place at our Albany Health Center on Thursday from 3 to 6 pm and at the Troy Health Center on Wednesday from 3 to 5 pm.). But you don't have to be a patient to stop by and ask a question or pick up a grab-bag of condoms and info pamphlets. And anytime you need specific medical advice, our medical staff is here to consider your concerns and help you address them. Call (518) 434-5678 to reach our Albany, Hudson or Troy Health Centers. You can also click here to make an appointment online, or check out our FAQ on coming in for a visit for further details.