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Family Tree Clinic

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1619 Dayton Ave., Suite 205
St. Paul, MN 55104
United States
sexual/reproductive healthcare
STI/STD testing and treatment
contraception (birth control) and emergency contraception
pregnancy testing
pregnancy all-options counseling
trans gender/gender-variant services
LGBQ services (lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning)
teen-specific services
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Family Tree Clinic offers services to all age groups, including teenagers. We see men, women, and teens for reproductive and sexual health care. We provide ASL and foreign language translation services. Many of our exam rooms are accessible. Additional services include: urinary and vaginal infection testing and treatment ,emergency contraception, breast exams and mammogram referrals, menopause care, pre-conception planning and referrals. Family Tree Clinic also has a partnership with Walk-In Counseling and has free drop in counseling available on Wednesday nights from 5-8. Family Tree Clinic also does follow-up services for sexual abuse, and has a relationship with Sexual Offense Services of Ramsey County.
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Family Tree Clinic’s mission is to cultivate a healthy community through comprehensive sexual health care and education. Located in the heart of St. Paul, Family Tree Clinic has provided low-cost, patient driven health care and education services to men, women and teens since 1971. In addition to our medical clinic, we provide comprehensive community education services and education services for the Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing community.

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