Can I get birth control pills or condoms from the Health Unit?

We offer low-cost birth control pills through our Sexual Health Clinics as well as free condoms. Our Sexual Health Clinics also run in many high schools.

Our services are confidential.


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This item was last modified on June 15, 2015




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