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|Adolescent Health Online||
The American Medical Association Program on Child and Adolescent Health is pleased to provide you with information on adolescent health.
|YO! Disabled and Proud||
Connecting, Organizing, & Educating Youth with Disabilities.
|Healthy Young America||
Find out how to get healthcare under the new Affordable Care Act and advocate for healthcare, jobs and higher education for young Americans between 18 and 34 years of age. A national website from the Young Invincibles and the Center for Community Change.
Want to apply for healthcare directly? Visit www.coveredca.com to get started. Or call California's state service center 800-300-1506
|Asian Health Services||
Free, confidential health services, including pregnancy testing, STD testing and treatment. Teen clinic every Wednesday evening by appointment.
310 8th Street #307, Oakland, (510) 986-1024
Health services, STD testing, counseling and referrals. Call for drop-in center hours.
5323 Foothill Blvd., Oakland, (510) 434-0307
|La Clinica de la Raza - Youth Clinics||
Affordable health care for teens from low-income communities in the East Bay. Six locations. Call for information, locations, and hours:
|Children's Hospital Oakland||
Comprehensive medical, reproductive, and mental health services for youth. Free w/MediCal, or sliding scale at three locations:
|Native American Health Center||
Medical services, HIV testing, traditional and alternative medicine.
3124 International Blvd., Oakland, (510) 535-4492
|LifeLong Medical Clinics||
Contraception, STI testing/treatment, HIV testing, pelvic exams and pap smears, counseling, primary care, counseling, prenatal care. (510) 981-4100 (all clinics).
|211 Bay Area||
Dial 211 or 800-273-6222 for a free, confidential information and referrals for health, housing and human services in the Bay Area. Chinese and Spanish spoken.
|Alameda County Healthcare||
Provides assistance to thousands of uninsured residents looking for health services in Alameda County. Includes information about eligibility for the Affordable Care Act, Medi-Cal, pregnancy insurance and more.
Emergency shelter that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Provides case management, food, counseling, and more.
200 Harrison St., (520) 379-1010.
For youth ages 18-24.
Shelter and safe space. Provides drop-in center, counseling, case management, laundry, dinner, legal aid and recreational fun.
422 Jefferson St., 1-800-379-1114 (shelter), (510) 839-1559 (other).
For youth ages 13-18.
|Youth Engagement, Advocacy, and Housing (YEAH!)||
Receive basic needs, including case management, job, and educational assistance. Open 7 days a week depending on staffing.
Winter shelter available November through May.
1744 University Ave., Berkeley, (510) 704-9867.
For youth ages 18-24.
An LGBTQ safe space that provides food, computers, movie screenings, case management, and more.
Open Monday-Wednesday (3:30-5:30) and Thursdays (3:30-7). Call for support group times, or check the facebook page.
22245 Main St., Suite 102, Hayward, (510) 566-2739
LGBTQ youth ages 14-24.
|Suitcase Youth Clinic||
Free health and social services
2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
Hours: Mondays, 6-9 pm
For youth ages 12-25
|Fred Finch Youth Center (STAY Program for transitional housing)||
Location: 3800 Coolidge Ave, Oakland
For youth ages 18-25