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With the Covid-19 pandemic, we are temporarily cancelling our regular Drop-In Hours with snacks and STD testing at our Hazelwood location. 

We will still be offering FREE safer sex supplies (condoms, lube and dental dams), information on sexual health and relationships, as well as Emergency Contraception (to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex) and home pregnancy tests (for free!) for those who have barriers to access and/or can’t get to a clinic right now. 

If you want any of these things, please call us at 412.254.8733 so we can help you!

 

We have a new location! Come visit us at our Hazelwood Drop In Center.
(5125 Second Avenue in Hazelwood)


Youth Drop-In Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 2:30-5:30

Stop in for snacks, hot chocolate, educational activities, karaoke, and more!

Adult Drop-In Hours: Wednesday 4:30-6:30

We offer free HIV, Hep C, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia testing, and $5 gift cards to anyone tested. We  can also answer questions about sex, bodies, or relationships.

 

The Education Department at Planned Parenthood of Western PA works to improve the lives of youth, parents, and families in western PA by providing educational services across the region, including comprehensive sexuality education to school-aged youth, professional training to youth-serving providers, community workshops, and support to parents.

Our team of educators come from diverse public health, education, and youth-development backgrounds. They are relatable, knowledgeable, and nearly unflappable, handling dozens of difficult questions weekly with sensitivity and frankness. They employ a strengths-based, highly interactive approach to instruction and work to adapt to the needs of each unique group.

Our curricula are age-appropriate, medically-accurate, and informed by a growing body of evidence around what is effective to help people, and youth in particular, live sexually healthy and responsible lives that set the stage for healthy futures. We seek to meet people where they are and to act as a resource for teachers and professionals who support youth each and every day.