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Get the Goods


U Know What U Want. Now What?

Congratulations! You are taking charge of your health and that is very powerful! You can get a sexual health check and birth control at a clinic. Below are a list of clinics that all provide the following: 

  • Birth control

  • Health exams

  • Breast and cervical cancer screening

  • Sexual health check (STI and HIV testing and treatment)

  • Pregnancy tests and counseling

Keeping your information private

In the State of Maryland, a minor (under 18 years old) has the right by law to be seen for “confidential services,” meaning you can be seen for some health services without your parent’s or guardian’s permission. These “confidential services” can include:

  • Pregnancy tests

  • Pregnancy options counseling

  • All forms of birth control

  • STI check and treatrment  

  • Testing for HIV

  • Testing and treatment for substance use


It's best to talk to a parent or guardian about your health if you can.  But if you can't, you can still get what you need to stay healthy. 

Paying for it

All of the clinics listed below offer services at little or no cost. You won't be turned away if you can't pay.

Finding a Clinic

Explore the map or enter an address or landmark to find the clinic closest to you.

Looking for a U Choose clinic?

Go to a U Choose clinic to talk to a doctor or nurse who’s ready to listen and help − no judging. Go during these walk-in hours or call to make an appointment:

Healthy Teens & Young Adults

1515 W North Ave


Walk-in hours for all services:

  • Thu 3:30-5:30 pm
    (ages 10-24)

Eastern Family Planning Clinic

1200 E. Fayette Street

(Near Shot Tower Metro)


Walk-in hours for all services:

  • Tues 3:30-5:30 pm
    (ages 10-24)

Want other choices?

There are a lot of other clinics and resources in Baltimore City that can help you. Visit these sources to find more available services for young people.

Finding Trusted Information

The internet is full of great health information but we know that not everything on the Internet should be trusted. But how do we determine if digital content is credible? Learn a few tips on how to verify health information online and how to share information responsibly.

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