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    Appointments available

    Clinics can provide services on a walk-in basis, but appointments are recommended.

    Call ahead:

    Theresa Lee Clinic: (520) 724-7900

    North Clinic: (520) 724-2880

    We want to assist you in making healthy choices about the right time to have children. Pima County Clinics offer reproductive health and family planning services for women, men and teens. Fees are on a sliding scale based on income, but no one is refused service because of inability to pay.

    What to expect:

    • Confidential Services
    • Wait times can vary
    • Sliding fee scale based on income
    • Minors do not need parental consent


    The Pima County Health Department is committed to reducing barriers to access health resources and basic needs. The link below will connect you and your family to a wide range of free services from PCHD.


    Female Services

    Note that registration may close 30-90 minutes ahead of closing due to high patient demand.

    Clinics:
    Theresa Lee Public Health Center
    1493 W. Commerce Ct.
    (520) 724-7900
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    North Clinic
    3550 N. First Ave.
    (520) 724-2880
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    • Women and individuals who are within age and capable of having children are eligible for services
    • Teens are welcome

    At Family Planning, women can get:

    • Birth control methods – Birth Control Pills, Intrauterine Device (IUD), Depo Provera Shot (DEPO), Implants, Condoms, Ring and Cycle Beads (Natural Family Planning)
    • Emergency contraceptive pills – Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs), also known as the morning after pill, are available at our offices. If taken within 72 – 120 hours of unprotected sex (a condom breaks, pills are forgotten), they can greatly reduce the risk of pregnancy.
    • Pregnancy testing and counseling
    • Breast exams – If abnormalities are detected, referrals are given to the Well Woman HealthCheck program.
    • Examinations – Pelvic and/or pap tests as needed.
    • Abnormal Pap smear treatment – If the results of your Pap Smear are abnormal, we will refer you to their Colposcopy Clinic or suggest a treatment plan according to your needs.
    • STI Screening and Treatment - Remember, many STIs have no symptoms.
    • Counseling and education - We want to give you all the information you need to make educated and healthy choices in planning a family.

    Well Woman HealthCheck

    WWHP
    1493 W. Commerce Ct.
    Tucson, AZ 85746
    (520) 724-7900

    The Well Woman HealthCheck Program (WWHP) is a free breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic program for uninsured or underinsured women in Arizona.

    To increase women's access to and utilization of quality screening and diagnostic services to decrease morbidity and mortality from breast and cervical cancer among women who are at risk due to age, medical conditions, income or inadequate access to medical care.


    Photo by Joel Muniz on UnsplashServices provided:

    • Mammogram
    • Clinical breast exam
    • Pap test and pelvic exam
    • HPV testing
    • Colposcopy, cryosurgery and LEEP
    • Fine needle aspiration
    • Biopsy
    • Case management
    • Referral for treatment, if needed
    • Translation

    Visit www.wellwomanhealthcheck.org or call (520) 724-3964 for more information.

    Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP):

    In Arizona, uninsured women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer on or after August 2, 2012 may be able to receive comprehensive treatment through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP) provided by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).

    BCCTP Eligibility Requirements and Application Process

    Pink Ribbon Licence Plate

    Pink Ribbon License Plate Program

    Your License Plate Can Help Save a Life!

    Help provide vital breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to uninsured women throughout Arizona by purchasing a specialty Pink Ribbon/Cancer Awareness License Plate. A percentage of the fee for this specialty plate directly supports the Well Woman HealthCheck Program.

    Learn more about the Pink Ribbon License Plate.

    Male Services

    • Males who are within age and capable of having children are eligible for services
    • Teens are welcome

    Pima County Health Department Male ServicesAt Family Planning, men can get:

    • Counseling and education - we want to give you all the information you need to make educated and healthy choices for your family planning needs. 
    • Condom supplies and information on the correct use of condoms
    • Information and counseling on birth control methods, including vasectomy (male sterilization), and information for your partner
    • Emergency contraception (if a condom fails or no condom was used)
    • Sexually transmitted infection education, testing and treatment. Remember, many STIs have no symptoms
    • Information and counseling about testicular cancer and prostate health

    Teen Services

    Pima County Health Department Teen Services

    Women's Health Services and Family Planning offers teen services, including:

    • Counseling and education - we want to give you all the information you need to make educated and healthy choices for your family planning needs
    • Condom supplies and information on the correct use of condoms
    • Birth control – Family Planning offers the following methods for teens: Birth Control Pills, Diaphragm, Depo Provera Shot (DEPO), Condoms and Cycle Beads (Natural Family Planning), Nuvaring, Intrauterine Devices (IUD)
    • Emergency contraceptive pills – Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) also known as the morning after pill) are available at our offices. If taken within 72 – 120 hours of unprotected sex (a condom breaks, pills are forgotten), they can greatly reduce the risk of pregnancy
    • Pregnancy testing
    • Pelvic exams and Pap Smears 
    • Sexually transmitted infection education, testing and treatment; many STIs have no symptoms

    See other teen services at our teen health page.
    Mobile clinic vehilceThe Pima County Health Department, in conjunction with the Pima County Library System, will be providing a community mobile clinic at various library sites. Preliminary services to be provided will be Covid-19, Flu and monkey pox vaccinations along with family planning services. All ages are welcome to receive services. The focus of this venture is to improve and increase access of public health services and resources to residents of Pima County.

    Mobile Clinic Schedule

     Location Date Time
    Joyner-Green Valley Library
    601 N. La Cañada Dr.
    Friday, February 10 noon - 4 p.m.
    Richard Elías-Mission Library
    3770 S. Mission Rd.
    Friday, February 24 noon - 4 p.m.
    Quincie Douglas Library
    1585 E. 36th St.
    Friday, March 10 noon - 4 p.m.
    Valencia Library
    202 W. Valencia Rd.
    Friday, March 24 noon - 4 p.m.
    This program is supported by the Office of Population Affairs (OPA), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH), of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $6.6 million with 100 percent funded by OPA/OASH/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by OPA/OASH/HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit opa.hhs.gov.
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