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Our clinics provide a wide range of reproductive and sexual healthcare services. Getting tested for a sexually transmitted infection is an important part of your healthcare routine. All our clinicians are ready to explain the process, respectfully share results with you, and prioritize your right to confidentiality. We also offer cancer screenings. The first step in treating a cancer diagnosis is early detection. Early detection of breast and cervical cancers can increase access to early treatment and improve outcomes. Title X provides screenings for breast and cervical cancers at low- or no-cost.

STI Treatment & Testing

Many Sexually Transmitted Infections can be treated successfully. The first step in treatment is being screened and tested. These tests can require a urine sample; a vaginal or rectal swab; a cheek swab; or a blood sample and results can generally be received quickly.

HIV/AIDS Screening, Testing, & Prevention

The best way to live with HIV/AIDS is to find out early and get connected to the necessary services to continue thriving. Screening can include a few questions about your sexual history to see if you’re in a high-risk group. Testing can include a cheek swab or a blood sample.

PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is medicine people at risk for HIV take to prevent getting HIV from sex or injection drug use. When taken as prescribed, PrEP is highly effective for preventing HIV.

Basic Infertility Services

When patients are experiencing difficulties conceiving, Title X clinicians can help by providing a thorough check-up and preconception education. This includes sharing guidance on healthy habits, performing a pelvic exam, fertility awareness education, and running STI tests. Many providers can also refer patients to additional support systems to advance their reproductive health.

Doctor In Consultation With Female Patient In Office

Birth Control

Choosing a birth control method can be overwhelming, and birth control is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Our healthcare providers will talk you through each option so you can choose the method that works for you.

Cancer Screenings

Clinical Breast Exams
Title X Agencies provide clinical breast exams. A clinical breast exam is an examination by a doctor or nurse, who uses their hands to feel for lumps or other changes.

Pap Smears and Pelvic Exams Clinicians also provide cervical cancer screenings through a Pap smear. The Pap test (or Pap smear) looks for precancers, cell changes on the cervix that might become cervical cancer if they are not treated appropriately. A bimanual pelvic examination (BPE) is used to check a woman’s internal pelvic organs. The health care provider inserts two fingers into the vagina and then places pressure with the other hand to the lower part of the belly. (Centers For Disease Control)

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an appointment?

After locating a clinic above, click on their link to be taken to their website to make an appointment.

How much will a visit cost?

Services at a Title X clinic will be free or low-cost. Your fee will be determined by a sliding fee scale – the clinic will use your household income and the number of people you live with to help to determine the fee. Insurance is never required to be seen at a Title X clinic.

Is my visit and information confidential?

Everything you share during your visit is private and confidential, except in cases where abuse is suspected (all of our healthcare providers are mandatory reporters). Abuse includes physical abuse, incest, rape of a minor, coercion, etc.

We encourage teens to bring or talk to their parents, but parental involvement isn’t required to be seen at a Title X clinic.

Because of these confidentiality policies, if your child has received services from a Title X clinic, the clinic is not able to discuss your child’s family planning visit or release medical records without the patient’s written consent.

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