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Teen Matters

Phone Number: 


168 S. Rocksprings Court
Athens, GA 30606
United States
sexual/reproductive healthcare
STI/STD testing and treatment
contraception (birth control) and emergency contraception
pregnancy testing
teen-specific services
Additional Services: 
Text line answered by a health educator: 706-410-8558. Immunizations, including the HPV vaccine.
Do they offer sliding scale/low-cost/no-cost services?: 
Can they provide services in more than one language?: 
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Do they offer free condoms?: 
Is this clinic/provider accessible for people with disabilities?: 
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Teen Matters clinics provide free, confidential services to youth ages 11 to 19 years.

Services provided include access to free condoms and other forms of birth control (birth control pills, Depo-Provera shot, Nuva ring, Plan B emergency contraception), sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment, HIV tests, pregnancy tests, pap smears, immunizations (including the HPV vaccine), relationship advice, nutrition and exercise advice, decision-making skills training, and abstinence education.

We also have a health educator available who can answer questions in person or by phone or text. The text line is 706-410-8558.

All services, exams, tests, medications, and contraceptives are free.

We welcome and encourage parental involvement, but parental consent is not required in order to use clinic services. We always respect the privacy of our patients, and we don't share patient information with anyone, even parents. In Georgia, state laws protect the privacy of minors seeking reproductive health services:

Both Athens clinics are located near bus stops, and we have free bus passes available.

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