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Boston Medical Center Pediatrics-Adolescent Clinic

Boston Medical Center’s Adolescent Center provides all birth control and emergency contraception and it is free even if you have private insurance. Also, it has same day appointments, a Child and Adolescent Transgender Center for Health, and a Teen & Tot program for expectant and parenting youth.

 

During Covid-19, Boston Medical Center’s Pediatrics & Adolescent Clinic is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms are available after a phone call and appointment have been made.

850 Harrison Ave 6th Floor Boston MA 02118

 Sexual Health Counselor: 617-414-4105

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“The Family Van” Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School: The Family Van offers walk on appointments, free screening for depression, pregnancy testing, and termination referrals. Also, it offers HIV/STI testing, domestic violence support, and LGBTIQ+ support.

 

Check here for the location of the day.

1542 Tremont Street Roxbury MA 02120

 Main Number: 617-442-3200

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Boston Children’s Hospital: Young Parents Program

The Young Parents Program is a clinic dedicated to working with teen mothers and fathers. The clinic provides medical care, counseling, and health education to teen parents and their children. The program also helps young parents learn positive parenting skills, find housing, and complete school. Healthy social activities are held to bring young parents together.

300 Longwood Avenue Hunnewell Building, Ground Floor Boston MA 02115

 Main Number: 617-355-7718

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Boston Children’s Hospital – Adolescent Center

Boston Children’s Hospital provides all birth control and emergency contraception, and offers has same day appointments. Gender Management Services are available at this site. 

 

During Covid-19, Boston Children’s Hospital is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

300 Longwood Ave Boston MA 02115

 Nurse's Line: 617-355-8672

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Boston Community Leadership Academy School-Based Health Center

Boston Community Leadership Academy has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Boston Community Leadership Academy. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Boston Community Leadership Academy to visit this school-based health center

* In the same building as New Mission High School

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the Boston Community Leadership Academy Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

 

655 Metropolitan Ave. Hyde Park MA 02136

 617-910-2333

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Boston HAPPENS (HIV Adolescent Provider and Peer Education Network for Services)

Boston HAPPENS offers HIV/STI testing, Hepatitis C testing, PrEP and PEP, and HIV case management.  They have specialists who can also help support questions or concerns about primary care services, gynecological services, domestic violence support, check-ups, birth control, LARC, and emergency contraception.

333 Longwood Ave. Boston MA 02115

 Health Services Advocate: 617-355-2735

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Boston Latin Academy School-Based Health Center

Boston Latin Academy has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Boston Latin Academy. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Boston Latin Academy to visit this school-based health center

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the Boston Latin Academy Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

 

205 Townsend St. Boston MA 02121

 617-534-9930

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Bowdoin Street Health Center

Bowdoin Street Health Center has all birth control options and emergency contraception options except the patch and ring, but they are available by prescription. It does have free care and same day appointments. An IUD and implant will not be given the same day as your appointment.

 

During Covid-19, Bowdoin Street Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms cannot be given at this time.

230 Bowdoin Street Boston MA 02122

 Main Number: 617-754-0100

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Bridge Over Troubled Waters Medical Clinic

Bridge Over Troubled Waters provide wrap around services for homeless and runway youth. They service youth age 14-24 up until their 25th birthday. Birth control options and STI testing is available in their clinic. Download the Bridge Over Troubled Waters app! 

 

Bridge Over Troubled Waters has a mobile medical van which runs every night of the week. The mobile van provides medical care and STI testing every other Thursday.

5:00pm-6:30pm Next to Park St. T-stop on the Redline

7:30pm-8:30pm Next to Harvard Square T-stop on the Redline

47 West St. Boston MA 02111

 Main Number: 617-423-9575

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Brighton High School School-Based Health Center

Brighton High School has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Brighton High School. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Brighton High School to visit this school-based health center

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the Brighton High School Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

25 Warren St. Brighton MA 02135

 617-534-9958

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Charles River Community Health Center Allston-Brighton (Joseph M. Smith Building)

Charles River Community Health Center has birth control options and emergency contraception. Also, it has same day appointments but you will not be able to get an IUD and implant the same day as your appointment. Free services are available under ABCD but you will need to meet with a provider first, which will be billed.

 

During Covid-19, Charles River Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. The center is still seeing existing patients, but is limiting new patients to those who are pregnant or newborns.

495 Western Ave Brighton MA 02135

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-208-1637

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Charlestown High School School-Based Health Center

Charlestown High School has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Charlestown High School. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Charlestown High School to visit this school-based health center

 

During COVID-19

If you are a student who had an appointment or wants to make one, Charlestown High School Health Center is converting appointments to virtual visits over the telephone or via a video. Please call or text at 857-200-7970

If you are a parent looking for information regarding how to enroll your student or how to connect your family with resources please feel free to contact the Charlestown High School Health Center online or call at 617-241-0209.

If you are sick or not feeling well, please call your primary care provider so that they can make a plan with you for care.

 

240 Medford St. Charlestown MA 02129

 617-241-0236

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Codman Square Health Center

Codman Square Health Center has all birth control options and emergency contraception options. Also, It offers free care and same day appointments.

 

During Covid-19, Codman Square Health Center is meeting with people over the phone and asking people not to come to the center. Call the family planner at 617-822-8790 if you have questions or need a prescription.

637 Washington Street Boston MA 02124

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-822-8790

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Daniel Driscoll Neponset Health Center

Neponset Health Center offers birth control and emergency contraception options. Also, it has free care and same day appointments.

 

During Covid-19, Daniel Driscoll Neponset Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider will determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

 

398 Neponset Ave Boston MA 02122

 Pediatric & Adolescent Department: 617-533-2230

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Dimock Community Health Center

Dimock Community Health Center offers birth control and emergency contraception options. Also, it offers free care and same day appointments. Birth control options can be given in the Pediatric and Adolescent Department but IUDs and implants are only given in the OBGYN Department. IUDs and implants cannot be given at a same day appointment. Must be a registered patient at the Dimock Community Health Center before receiving free sexual health services.

 

During Covid-19, Dimock Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms are currently not available at this site.

55 Dimock Street Boston MA 02119

 Pediatric & Adolescent Department: 617-442-8800 Ext. 1260

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DotHouse Health

DotHouse Health has all options for birth control and emergency contraception. It offers free care and same day appointments, but you will not be able to get an IUD and implant the same day as your appointment. DotHouse Health has a teen center and pharmacy on site.

 

During Covid-19, DotHouse Health is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

1353 Dorchester Ave Boston MA 02122

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-740-2339

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East Boston High School School-Based Health Center

East Boston High School has a school-based health center in the school serving East Boston High School students. The center is staffed by a Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health Clinician, Care Navigator, and Medical Assistant. The clinic offers health assessments, physical exams, episodic care; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.  All providers speak Spanish and translation services are available for other languages.
* Must be a student at East Boston High School to visit this school-based health center

During COVID-19, East Boston High School School-Based Health Center is offering telehealth to students who are East Boston Neighborhood Health Center patients. Services are available with an Nurse Practitioner, Social Worker, and Care Navigator. The best way to book a telehealth appointment is by calling 617-447-3528.

86 White St. East Boston MA 02128

 617-568-4874

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East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Teen Clinic

East Boston Neighborhood Center Teen Clinic is available to youth who have health concerns and questions. The Teen Clinic offers confidential appointments with a provider for pregnancy testing, contraception, STI testing and more. You do not need to be accompanied by an adult to attend the clinic. The Teen Clinic is part of the Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Department.

 

During Covid-19, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms are available at both the 10 Gove Street and 20 Maverick Square sites but call ahead. Screening are completed on anyone entering the building.

10 Gove Street 3rd Floor Boston MA 02128

 Main Pediatrics Number: 617-568-4477

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Fenway Health

The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the LGBTQIA+ community and all people through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.

Fenway Heath has three clinic locations across Boston.  Visit Fenway’s clinic pages to learn more about their services and hours of operations.

  1. Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center serves teens and young adults ages 12-29, and is a safe place for at-risk youth, including LGBTQIA+ young people, homeless teens and young adults, those struggling with substance abuse, involved with gangs or doing sex work.
  2. The Ansin Building offers full-service medical, behavioral health, dental and eye care.  A full-service pharmacy and a variety of services from HIV and STD testing to complementary therapies, LGBT parenting services, a Violence Recovery Program and women’s health and transgender health services are available.
  3. Fenway: South End offers medical and behavioral health care and has its own branch of the Fenway Pharmacy to make filling your prescriptions that much easier.

 

Boston MA

 

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Fenway Health: Ansin Building

The Ansin Building is your one-stop shop for full-service medical, behavioral, dental and eye care. We also have a full-service pharmacy and offer a variety of services from HIV and STD testing to complementary, LGBT parenting services, a Violence Recovery Program and women’s health and transgender health services.

During COVID-19, the Ansin Building is open Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. For telehealth and in-person appointments call 617.927.6000.

1340 Boylston Street Boston MA 02215

 617-927-6000

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Fenway Health: Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center

Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center provides free and confidential sexual health services. All birth control and emergency contraception except implants, the patch and nuvarings are available. However, it does make referrals for implants and nuvarings. Also, it offers free care, same day appointments, a trans-positive psychotherapy, gender counseling, and makes referrals to Fenway Transgender Youth Clinic. Identification is required to be seen. If seeking sexual health services, such as birth control or STI testing, you do not need to be an established patient at the clinic.

During Covid-19, Borum providers and staff have been redeployed to our other two clinical locations and no services are being offered at 75 Kneeland Street at this time. To make an appointment for in-person or telehealth services at 1340 Boylston Street or Fenway: South End, call the Borum appointment line at 617.457.8140.

75 Kneeland St Boston MA 02116

 Main Number: 617-457-8140

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Fenway Health: South End

Located on the second and fourth floors of the Pledge of Allegiance Building at 142 Berkeley Street, Fenway: South End offers medical and behavioral health care. It also features the Fenway Pharmacy to make filling prescriptions that much easier. Walk-in HIV Counseling & Testing available on Thursdays from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm and throughout the week by appointment. STD Testing is available throughout the week by appointment only.

For STI & HIV counseling, testing and referral appointments call 617.267.0159.

During COVID-19, Fenway: South End is open Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm. For telehealth and in-person appointments call 617.247.7555.

142 Berkeley Street Boston MA 02116

 617.247.7555

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Geiger Gibson Community Health Center

Geiger Gibson Community Health Center offers free birth control options and emergency contraception. They offer free care and same day appointments.

 

During Covid-19, Geiger Gibson Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms cannot be given at this time.

250 Mt. Vernon St. Dorchester MA 02125

 Main Number: 617-288-1140

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Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center offers the depo-shot, and emergency contraception except birth control pills, patch, and nuvaring. Yet, they make referrals for birth control pills, patch, and nuvaring if wanted. Also, an IUD and implant will not be given the same day as your appointment.

4199 Washington Street Roslindale MA 02131

 Main Number: 617-323-4440 then 0

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Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center: Adolescents Department

Harvard Street Neighborhood Health offers all options except an IUD and implant. However, it makes referrals for the IUD and implant. Also, it offers free care and same day appointments.

 

During Covid-19, Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center has condoms available but a phone consultation is still required beforehand. Adjusted hours 8:30am-4:30pm.

632 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester MA 02121

 Main Number: 617-825-3400

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Madison Park High School School-Based Health Center

Madison Park High School has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Madison Park High School. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Madison Park High School to visit this school-based health center

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the Madison Park High School Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

 

55 Malcolm X Blvd. Roxbury MA 02119

 617-534-9965

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Martha Eliot Health Center Adolescent & Young Adult Department

Martha Eliot Health Center provides all options for birth control and emergency contraception except an IUD, and it has an adolescent clinic. Also, it makes referrals for an IUD, offers free care and same day appointments. An IUD and implant will not be offered the same day as your appointment.    

75 Bickford Street Jamaica Plain MA 02130

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-919-7229

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Massachusetts General Hospital Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine

Massachusetts General Adolescent Medicine Clinic provides all options for birth control and emergency contraception except an implant and IUD. However, it will make referrals for an IUD and implant. It does not have a Title X ABCD program and does not offer same day appointments.  Massachusetts General Hospital has a Transgender Unit.

 

During Covid-19, MGH Adolescent Medicine Clinic is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. MGH is prioritizing visits that are urgent.

32 Fruit Street Yawkey Outpatient Center Suite 6D Boston MA 02114

 Main Number: 617-643-1201 then 3

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Mattapan Community Health Center

Mattapan Community Health Center provides emergency contraception and all birth control options except for the ring. The ring can be ordered upon request. Depending on your needs, you may be able to schedule a same day appointment. 

 

During COVID-19, Mattapan Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations to determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms are available at this site upon phone call request. Call Family and Community Health Services at 617-898-9053 for assistance.

 

Condoms can be picked up at the health center after the phone call is made. Before entering the building, you will need your temperature taken as part of standard COVID-19 screening. Condoms can be picked up from the Nurse/Medical Assistant on the ground floor. When you arrive, say you are there to “pick up condoms” or “pick up something from Sharon Callender.” The health center is currently open 9:00am-5:00pm, which is subject to change.

1575 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan MA 02126

 Sharon Callender, RN, MPH, Director, Family & Community Health Services: 617-898-9053

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New Health Charlestown

New Health Charlestown offers all birth control options and emergency contraception. It has free care and same day appointments, but the IUD and implant are not given the same day as your appointment.

 

During Covid-19, New Health Charlestown is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

15 Tufts Street Charlestown MA 02129

 Nurse's Line: 857-238-1100 Ext. 1134

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New Mission High School School-Based Health Center

New Mission High School has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending New Mission High School. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at New Mission High School to visit this school-based health center

* In the same building as Boston Community Leadership Academy

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the New Mission High School Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

655 Metropolitan Ave. Hyde Park MA 02136

 617-910-2333

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North End Waterfront Health Center

North End Waterfront Health Center provides all options for birth control and emergency contraception. It has free care, same day appointments, and the IUD and implant are not offered the same day as your appointment.

332 Hanover Street Boston MA 02113

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-241-2860

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Planned Parenthood – Greater Boston Health Center

Planned Parenthood offers all options for birth control, LARC, emergency contraception, and same day appointments.  

 

During COVID-19, Planned Parenthood is offering tele health appointments only that can be booked online.  No walk-in services are offered at this time. For essential in-person appointments, you can call 800-258-4448.

1055 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02215

 Make an Appointment: 617-616-1600 Ext. 2

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School-Based Health Centers at Boston Public Health Commission Telehealth

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) School Based Health Center staff will offer free phone visits (also called “telehealth” or “virtual visits”) to BPS high school students needing confidential health care during the school closure.  Students can now request to speak with a medical provider for a free and confidential phone consultation. 

Confidential health care includes questions about:

  • Birth control
  • STI/HIV testing
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Questions about your relationship

For now, this provider will be Julia Arnett who is the nurse practitioner (NP) at the Madison Park Health Center. Additionally, Julia can provide guidance and referrals if students have any questions/concerns about their health.

Here’s how it will work:

TO REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

By text: Students can send a text to (617) 549-5468 and will be connected to staff administrator, Marita McPhail. The text message should include the student’s name, school, and phone number.

By phone: Students can call (617) 549-5468 and leave a voicemail with their name (including spelling), school, and phone number.

By email: An email can also be sent to: [email protected]Please include the name, school, and phone number (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

Please note: If a student is already a patient of a BPHC School Based Health Center, this information is all that will be needed. If a student is not already a BPHC Health Center patient, some basic information will need to be provided to register as a patient.

 “ATTEND” THE VISIT

Once the medical provider is available, they will contact the student and set up a time to talk by phone. 

Based on the needs, the medical provider will collect information and create a plan to address the concern. 

If requesting condoms, the Boston Public Health Commission can either offer curbside pickup,  send by mail, or let you know where to pick condoms up.

Boston MA

 Call or Text: 857-324-0957

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Sexual Health Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Massachusetts General Hospital Sexual Health Clinic promotes sexual health by providing screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections as well as preventive services, including HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Insurance is not required.

During COVID-19, the following changes have been made to the clinic. 

  • All patients will be seen in our Boston location on the main Massachusetts General Hospital campus.
  • Patient will be seen by appointment only. No walk-in visits will be possible. To request an appointment, please call 617-726-2748. Same-day appointments are often possible.
  • Appointments are available Monday through Friday. Please call for current availability.
  • Appointments will be staggered in order to avoid crowding in our waiting room.
  • While many sexual health concerns require an in-person visit with a clinician, some may be addressed over the phone. If you think your concern can be addressed over the phone, please call 617-726-2748 and ask to be connected to a clinic nurse.

55 Fruit Street Cox Building, 5th Floor Boston MA 02114

 617-726-2748

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Snowden International High School School-Based Health Center

Snowden International High School has a school-based health center in the school that serves students attending Snowden International High School. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at Snowden International High School to visit this school-based health center

 

During COVID-19

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Send a text to 617-913-8141 to request a “phone visit”. Please include your name and birth date in the text. If you call instead, leave a message with your name (including spelling) and date of birth. You may also email at [email protected].  Please include only your name and birth date (DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION about why you need assistance).

If you are already a patient of the Snowden International High School Health Center, this information is all that is needed before talking to you. If you are not already a Health Center patient, they will need to get some basic information to register you as a patient.

150 Newbury St Boston MA 02115

 617-534-9967

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South Boston Community Health Center

South Boston Community Health Center offers all birth control options and emergency contraception. It has free care, same day appointments, and the IUD and implant are not given the same day as your appointment.

 

During COVID-19, South Boston Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider will determine if an in-person visit is necessary. If you are a patient of South Boston Community Health Center, you can call the main number and ask to speak to a family medicine nurse over the phone. Nurses are available Monday – Saturday.

409 W Broadway Boston MA 02127

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-464-7477

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South Cove Community Health Center: Chinatown Center

South Cove Community Health Center offers all birth control options and emergency contraception. It has free care but the IUD and implant are not given the same day as your appointment.

 

During COVID-19, the clinic will be closed Saturdays and Sundays. South Cove Community Health Center is taking tele-health calls at this time.

885 Washington Street Boston MA 02111

 OB-GYN Main Number: 617-521-6750

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South End Community Health Center

South End Community Health Center offers birth control options and emergency contraception. It has free care and same day appointments.

 

During Covid-19, South End Community Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider will determine if an in-person visit is necessary. South End Community Health Center has temporarily shortened hours to 8:00am-5:00pm, Mondays-Fridays. Non-sick visits are being held 8:00am-12:00pm, Mondays-Fridays.

1601 Washington Street Boston MA 02118

 Women's Health Department: 617-425-2010

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Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center

Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center offers all birth control options and emergency contraception but requires you to have insurance and be a patient. It cannot offer same day appointments. 

 

During Covid-19, Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

640 Centre Street Boston MA 02130

 Pediatric Department: 617-983-4103

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TechBoston Academy School-Based Health Center

TechBoston Academy has a school-based health center operated by Codman Square Health Center in the school that serves students attending TechBoston Academy. School-based health centers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health Clinicians, Health Educators, and Administrative Assistants. School-based health centers are in-school clinics that offer screening services such as a health assessment; mental health counseling; and sexual and reproductive health care. They also offer emergency contraception, birth control, and STI/HIV testing.

* Must be a student at TechBoston Academy to visit this school-based health center.

During COVID-19 school closures, please reach out to Jane Tuitt by calling or texting 857-939-9895 from 9:00am-5:00pm. You can schedule an in-person visit at Codman or a telehealth appointment. Telemedicine is available Tuesday and Thursday afternoon and all day Wed 8:30-5pm at Codman Square in the Clinic.

9 Peacevale Rd. Boston MA 02124

 617-822-8272

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The Clinic @ BAGLY

Sexual Health Services Clinic located at BAGLY’s LGBTQ Youth Community Center!  At The Clinic @ BAGLY, peer health educators work with a nurse to provide sexual health care to young people ages 29 and under, with a focus on LGBTQ+ youth. No identification required.

28 Court Square Boston MA 02108

 Main Clinic Number: 617-227-8378

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Tufts Medical School Floating Hospital’s Adolescent Health Services Program

Tufts Medical School Floating Hospital’s Adolescent Health Services Program offers all options for birth control and emergency contraception option except IUDs, which are referred tothe OBGYN department. Abortion care is also referred to the OBGYN department. This clinic does not have Title X ABCD funding and you can’t get an IUD the same day. 

 

During Covid-19, Tuft’s Adolescent Health Services Program is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider will determine if an in-person visit is necessary. In-person visits are only being held 1:00pm-5:00pm Mondays-Fridays. Must be a patient at this clinic to have a phone consultation/in-person visit.

800 Washington Street Floating Building, Plaza Level Boston MA 02111

 Main Number: 617-636-5255

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Upham’s Corner Health Clinic

Upham’s Corner Health Center offers birth control options and emergency contraception. It has free care options but an IUD and implant require insurance. If a same day visit is needed, you can visit the urgent care walk-in clinic.

 

During Covid-19, Upham’s Corner Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Upham’s Corner Health Center is screening all patients for Covid-19 symptoms before they enter the building. In order to be seen, you must be a patient at Upham’s Corner Health Center. The center is accepting new patients who do not have a PCP elsewhere.

 

 

415 Columbia Road Boston MA 02125

 OB-GYN Nurse's Line: 617-287-8000 Ext. 8262

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Whittier St. Health Center

Whittier Street Health Center’s OBYGN clinic offers free birth control shot, pills, and emergency contraception. It has free care but IUDs, implants, ring, and patch birth control options require insurance. Whittier Street Health Center’s STI clinic offers free and confidential STI/HIV testing. Whittier Street Health Center also offers an LGBTQ clinic.

 

During Covid-19, Whittier St. Health Center is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. The Family Planner can determine if an in-person visit is necessary.

1290 Tremont Street Boston MA 02120

 ABCD Family Planner: 617-989-3104

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X-Clinic at Codman Square Health Center

The X-Clinic at Codman Square Health Center that offers STI and HIV testing and services and same day PrEP. No one will be turned away and all care if confidential. Citizenship is not required.

During COVID-19, walk in visits are not currently accepted. Please call 617-822-8350 to schedule an appointment with a provider. The X-Clinic offers telephone visits, in-person visits, and express testing options for patients. Codman can get you your STI test results on your phone in as little as a few hours, though some results can take up to a couple of days.

637 Washington St Dorchester MA 02124

 617-822-8350

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