ATTENTION: TEEN CLINIC WILL BE CLOSED ON AUGUST 28, 2019.
Location and Hours
- Located on the second floor of the Human Services Center, 2100 Washington Blvd., Arlington, VA 22204
- The clinic is open from 2:30-4 p.m. every Wednesday.
Scheduling an Appointment
- APPOINTMENTS: Call, email, or talk to your school nurse or counselor for an appointment. Appointments are preferred; walk-ins are accommodated if schedule permits.
- Call 703-228-1214 or 703-228-1200 to make an appointment or to get more information. If you leave a message, a nurse will return your call within 24 hours.
- All services are confidential. Laws and Your Privacy: If you are a teen under the age of 18, in the State of Virginia under Title X, you do not need a parent/guardian to give permission for birth control, family planning, testing or treatment for STIs or any infectious disease that the State requires to be reported. We encourage you to include your parent/guardian in your health care decisions. They may know important information about your medical history, help you explore health care options, and be there to support you!
Teen Health Services
- Free condoms
- Pregnancy prevention education
- Testing for pregnancy, STIs, HIV
- Pregnancy and STI prevention methods including:
Who can come to Teen Health Services?
- All teens aged 13-19 are welcome, regardless of where you live, your gender, or your sexual orientation.
- All services are low cost or no cost.
What to Bring
- You must have a picture ID with you to be seen.
- A driver’s license or school ID works.
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Planned Parenthood for Teens
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Center for Young Women’s Health.org
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Young Men’s Health.org
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Not Right Now
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Metro DC PFLAG
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Resources for Parents of Teens
- Dating and Sex (HealthyChildren.org)
- Planned Parenthood Tools for Parents
- “Talking with Teens” from the Office of Adolescent Health
- Teen Health Guides for Parents
- “Parents Area” on KidsHealth
- LGBT National Hotline: 1-888-843-4564 or http://www.glbthotline.org/national-hotline.html
- Metro DC PFLAG – Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays in the Washington Metropolitan Area
En Español – Recursos para padres de adolescentes