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Teen Clinic​

THD’s teen clinic provides confidential sexual and reproductive health care for teens with parent/guardian consent. Visitors to our teen clinics will be received by a warm, caring staff. We are here to listen and offer counseling and education to address any questions or concerns you may have.

Appointments can be made by calling 918-582-9355 and asking to speak with our Family Planning program.

Services Available to Teens

It can be hard for teens to talk to their parents about being sexually active. However, many parents are willing to talk about sex and birth control, especially if they know you are trying to be responsible about your health. 

Family Planning services, such as physical exams and birth control, are available to teens 17 and under with parent/guardian consent. There are limited situations where teens may self-consent* for Family Planning services, please see below for additional information.

You may feel nervous visiting our Family Planning clinic for the first time. The more prepared you are beforehand, the more relaxed you’ll be on appointment day. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Paperwork. Arrive about 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to complete the necessary paperwork. If you have questions, just ask us. Don’t forget, a parent/guardian will need to sign a consent form for you to receive Family Planning services or you will need to meet specific criteria in order to self-consent for services.
  • You may have to give a urine sample, so be sure to drink some water before you arrive.
  • When you’re in the exam room, the health care provider will ask you questions about your medical history. You will also have the opportunity to ask us questions about any testing or medication you need or want. Afraid you won’t remember what to ask? It’s ok to bring some notes.
  • Depending on the type of appointment, you may have a physical exam.
  • After your visit, stop by the appointment window if you need to schedule any follow-ups.
  • Condoms – always available for free from the receptionist at each Tulsa Health Department location
  • STD testing
  • Birth control including IUDs and Implants, Depo-Provera, pills and Nuvaring*
  • Pregnancy testing*
  • Emergency contraception*

*Parental consent is required for all Family Planning services for teens 17 and younger, however, a teen may self-consent for services if they meet specific criteria such as being legally emancipated from their parent/guardian, are married, have a dependent child, are independent from their parent/guardian and support themselves, or are/have been pregnant.


We have 10 locations across Tulsa County that offer a variety of services to help you and your family stay healthy.

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