If you are a teen between the ages of 14-18 and are having sex or thinking about having sex, Teen Health Services at Central District Health may help you get the answers you’re looking for. All teens are welcome regardless of identity, sexual orientation or ability to pay.
For your convenience, Teen Health Services are offered by appointment. View clinic hours HERE. Call 208-327-7400 to make an appointment.
Abstinence, Pregnancy, STIs and Healthy Relationships, or any other reproductive health issue.
Testing, counseling and referrals for prenatal care.
Family Planning, Wellness Exams, STI & HIV Testing
Information, Evaluation, Testing and Treatment of STIs, Reproductive Life Planning. Many forms of birth control are available.
Review your history and provide the vaccines you need.
Most charges are based upon ability to pay. A sliding fee schedule makes the majority of the services affordable to low income clients. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, debit cards, Medicaid and insurance.
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT & CONFIDENTIALITY
Your privacy is important to Central District Health. We follow the regulations of HIPAA – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. All clinic visits will remain private between the patient and the clinic provider.
Parental involvement is encouraged, as parents can be a positive influence on a teen’s health and well-being. However, neither parental consent nor notification is required for a teen to receive services. Idaho Code 39-4502 & 39-3801 & 39-4503.
All information gathered is kept strictly confidential and no personal information will leave the clinic without client permission. Parental consent for the Hepatitis B vaccination is required for those under 14 years of age.
Make your health a priority and attend a free health screening event! Screenings consist of a single finger poke to run a full lipid panel (Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, and Blood Glucose) and an A1C test. Screenings take approximately 20 minutes and participants will leave with a copy of their results. Know your numbers – Get Screened! No appointment necessary, at the Mountain Home Library.