About the Clinic
The Teen Health Clinic is focused on extending Texas Medical Center-quality preventive health care including family planning services to Houston’s underserved youth. We work to prepare underserved youth to become healthy and achieve their full potential as community members.
Our Free Services
The Baylor Teen Health Clinic provides free and confidential primary and reproductive preventative healthcare services for Harris County adolescents and young adults, ages 13-24.
Prior to your visit, we ask that you please apply for Your Texas Benefits at www.yourtexasbenefits.com or by calling (877) 541-7905. Please bring reference/claim number with you on the day of your in-person appointment, if possible.
Do not worry if you are unable to apply online. Our clinic coordinator can help you with the application during your visit. We will still see you for your visit regardless of whether you have applied or not.
The teen clinic offers quality care provided by licensed medical professionals, licensed medical social workers, and community educators for the following services:
Important Notice: We DO NOT provide COVID-19 Testing
Learn about COVID-19
Where to get tested:
For testing through Harris Health. Fill out the form to determine if you need testing at the Harris Health Website.
General information on COVID-19 and precautions:
Teen Health Clinic Team
The Baylor Teen Health Clinic team of licensed medical professionals provides free quality care to Houston area teens and young adults
Sexual Health Myths Busted
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Teen Health Clinic Programs
Teen Health Clinic programs include counseling services, male clinic, mentors for moms, school-based clinic interventions, nurse family partnership, centering pregnancy, and more.
Teen Health Clinic patient information including how to make an appointment, sexual health myths, and parental consent.
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