This was the place I went to often enough during my poor college student years (sometime during 2010 to 2011) when I couldn't afford to pay for reproductive healthcare services and wanted the anonymity as a client so my parents wouldn't know. All services provided are free of charge, as this is a state funded institution, but also because of this, they have a huge waiting line; it is not unusual for the clinic to turn people away towards the end of the day because they simply could not get to them in time. They do not make appointments, and it is a first-come, first-service basis. At the time that I utilized their services in college, I remember being treated well as a patient; I went for a check-up every time I became involved with a new partner, and although their staff was already limited, they had caring and out-going medical providers who took the time to answer questions and provide the necessary services without being judgmental in any way. The facilities are somewhat old and dated, but I appreciated most the in-house exams, and the free condoms and lube they gave away generously every time.