Reproductive Health Services
The Reproductive Health and STD Clinics are funded, in part, by grants through the Ohio Department of Health, and the Federal Government. Services are provided by appointment only. Services provided promote planned pregnancies and healthy sexual practices. Services available include Birth control (including abstinence and natural family planning); Education; Pap tests; Pregnancy testing; Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing and treatment. Condoms are available. Cost is based on income. Clients do not have to live in Huron County to get these services. Medicaid and other insurances are accepted.
Clients eligible for Reproductive Health & Wellness grant services cannot be turned away for inability to pay.
If you want to be tested for sexually transmitted diseases or think you may have an STD, Huron County Public Health provides screening and treatment for certain diseases. There is a minimum fee for some STD services. Medicaid and other insurance programs are accepted. All client information remains confidential. We are required to report suspected child abuse or neglect.
Services available include exams and screenings for chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital warts, syphilis, HIV and Hepatitis C depending on symptoms and patient history. We also provide education about safer sexual practices and STD prevention. Condoms are available.
Please call 419-668-1652 Ext. 241 to schedule an appointment.
Pregnancy Testing also available. Walk-Ins Welcome.
The Northwest Region Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP)
You may qualify for a FREE Pap Test and Mammogram.
No health insurance
Have insurance and don't understand your coverage
Huron County residents should contact BCCP at 1-844-430-2227 Option 3.
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Title X Information
Under Title X (Federal Law) guidelines, clients under 18 years of age are not required to have the parent's permission to visit our clinic. However, we do encourage parental involvement. All client information remains confidential. We are required to report suspected child abuse or neglect.
We encourage planning for pregnancies by creating a Reproductive Life Plan - setting goals for your future by planning pregnancies or planning to not become pregnant or for a male to plan to not get someone pregnant. Here are some links to more information about creating a Reproductive Life Plan: