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Reproductive Health Resources

Philly Keep On Loving

Helping Philadelphians make the best decisions for their sexual health. FREE resources including: PrEP and TelePrEP, Emergency PEP, HIV and STI testing, FREE sexual wellness products (condoms and more), Syphilis Testing/Treatment/info- Call 215-985-2437, Free online CHAT and website info here

Take Control Philly

Info on sexually transmitted infections, how to protect yourself and FREE CONDOMS!! throughout the city or mailed to you. Great website below that also has a resource guide for that lists resources in Philly that helps teens be safe and successful.

Philly Keep on Testing FREE HIV and STI Test Kits and FREE Condoms

Order FREE test kits for home as well as condoms. Also find testing and treatment site near you here

Access Matters Information Hotline

The  mission is to ensure access to high quality, comprehensive, reproductive and related health and prevention services to primarily low-income individuals and families. Free clinics throughout the city. Call (215) 985-2600 for info or text “AskItMatters” to 66746

Planned Parenthood of SE PA

The mission of Planned Parenthood is to protect and enhance reproductive freedom and to increase access to reproductive health care. Provides birth control; prenatal care; STD screens; and sexual health education- 1144 Locust Street- 215-351-5500 other locations, click here


Great website that compares birth control methods and where to get free contraception. Go to

Action Wellness

Non-profit, community based social service organization which provides professional, individualized care to people with HIV/AIDs in Philadelphia- 1216 Arch Street, 6 th Floor 215-981-0088

Need to Know text information from CHOICE

To find a clinic for free birth control, STD testing, and counseling on sexual health information,  just text askchoice to 66746. It’s that easy.

Philadelphia FIGHT

Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers provide culturally competent comprehensive primary care, and state of the art HIV primary care to low-income members of the community, along with research, consumer education, advocacy, social services and outreach to people living with HIV and those who are at high risk, including family members, communities with high rates of HIV, formerly incarcerated persons, and young people at risk; and access to the most advanced clinical research in HIV treatment and prevention. . Call (215) 985-4448 for info or visit their website for location at

AIDS Hotline

Provides info on AIDs/HIV and STDs, family planning- 215-985-AIDS

Sex, Etc.

A national resource for teens to improve sexual health and education. Great handouts/videos/social media.

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