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Sexual Health Resources

Contact Us

  •  904-253-1000

    Mailing Address

    900 University Boulevard North 

    Jacksonville, Florida 32211 


DOH-Duval Locations

Beaches Family Health Center
2344 Third Street South

Center for Prevention Services
515 West 6th Street

Center for Women and Children
515 West 6th Street

Magnolia Women’s Health Center
5300 North Pearl Street

Wesconnett Health Services
5150-9 Timuquana Road

Teens, ages 13 and up, can receive family planning education and services with or without parental consent. No or low cost services are provided by most providers.

Services Provided 

  • Pregnancy tests
  • HIV / STD testing
  • Education and counseling
  • Contraceptive methods (birth control)
  • Free condoms

Teen Health Centers 

Teen Health Center banner

Free & confidential HIV/STD testing, pregnancy testing, and education for 13 - 19 year olds at the following locations:

Andrew Jackson High School
3816 North Main Street
Every other Tuesday after school

Englewood High School
4412 Barnes Road South
Every other Tuesday after school

Jean Ribault High School
3701 Winton Drive
Every other Wednesday after school

Robert E. Lee High School
1200 McDuff Avenue South
Every other Thursday after school

Sandalwood High School
2750 John Prom Boulevard
Every other Wednesday after school

Terry Parker High School
8015 Parker School Road
Every other Monday after school

Westside High School
5530 Firestone Road
Every other Thursday after school 

Additional Resources 

923 Peninsular Place

Free & confidential services for 13-23 year olds every week.

  • HIV / STD testing
  • Support groups
  • Health education
  • Free condoms
  • Youth leadership programs
  • Drop-in center


Free, anonymous, and reliable responses to health questions for 12-18 year olds.  This is an App/text messaging program; text NEFLTeen to 66746 to opt-in to the service and then submit your questions.

United Way 2-1-1
Dial 211 or 904-632-0600
Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Providing information and referrals for:

  • Emergency financial assistance
  • Medical needs and assistance
  • Child/adolescent/adult mental health and substance abuse
  • Food, shelter and clothing
  • Support groups and people with disabilities
  • HIV/AIDS information and testing
  • Victims of abuse or crime
  • Adult, child and family services
  • 24-hour suicide and crisis intervention and prevention

National Sexual Health Websites

Go Ask Alice    
Information on a variety of health topics for teens including sexual and reproductive health, by Health Promotion at Columbia University

I Wanna Know!
Sexual health information for teens by the American Sexual Health Association

Sex, Etc.
Sexual health information for teens, by Answer and Rutgers University

Stay Teen
Sexual health information for teens by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

CDC “Get Tested”
Enter zip code or City, State for local STD/HIV testing sites