Our Teen Klinic service remains open and we have temporarily move to telephone care (as much as possible). Please phone us on Mondays at 204-784-4090 to book a phone appointment for Teen Klinic.
These appointments will be between 4:00PM and 6:30PM, every Monday starting March 30th, 2020. We will temporarily reduce our services and will not be offering routine STI screening, genital wart treatment, pap testing or immunizations. We will try to continue meeting your needs for contraception, pregnancy testing, pregnancy options, sexual assault, or treatment for STIs (Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia).
Please take a moment to review our new revised intake form:
Teen Klinic provides primary health care services to youth aged 12-22. This is a safe, caring environment where no one will judge you because of your age, gender, appearance, or sexual orientation.
Services at Klinic are confidential*, which means that your visits are just between you and your health care providers at Klinic. You do not need the consent of your parent or guardian to attend and, if you wish, you may bring a friend, parent, or guardian with you to Klinic.
*The only exception to Klinic’s confidentiality policy would be in the case of a young person being at risk and in need of protection.
- Common reasons for visits are:
- Wounds, injuries or rashes,
- Pregnancy testing, birth control, IUD or Mirena insertions, prenatal care or abortion referrals
- STI testing
- Depression, anxiety, mental health concerns and counselling
- Connection to support services
- General medical care
- Information about nutrition
- Feeling sick, bladder infection, ear or throat infection
- Referral to a specialist
- Free condoms
What type of Information Will You Need to Give?
It is important to use your legal name, as it appears on your health card, when you come to Klinic. No nicknames or slang please. It is important to provide us with a phone number that Klinic staff may call you at. Klinic staff will only contact you if your tests need to be repeated, if you need medication, if you have an infection, or if the call is medically necessary.