Sexual health youth clinics for North Shore schools

North Shore school health manual - Section 11

Youth clinics

Youth clinics on the North Shore offer confidential health services in a youth-friendly environment. Clinics are staffed by trained public health nurses, nurse practitioners, and physicians. Youth are welcome to drop-in; no referrals, fees, or identification are required.

Youth clinic services include:

  • Birth control options (free <20 years) 
  • Condoms and water-based lubricant
  • Emergency contraception (free)
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing, diagnosis, treatment and prevention counselling for both males and females
  • Pregnancy testing and non-biased options counseling services including prenatal care, adoption referral or abortion referral
  • Tobacco use reduction counseling, nicotine replacement therapy (free)
  • Immunizations
  • General health information
  • Referrals to other services such as counselling for mental health, addictions and disordered eating

Youth clinic hours

Youth resources on the North Shore

Sexual health information

Public Health Nurses are available to provide resources and support to school staff to teach health-based curriculum on a wide range of topics. Please contact the public health nurse assigned to your school to discuss your needs at (604) 983-6700.

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