Routine medical care is important for staying healthy. Get the quality, confidential health services you need at a trusted and safe place. No assumptions, no judgment, just great healthcare.
Women and men rely on effective birth control to prevent pregnancy and plan the timing of pregnancy.
We can help you choose the birth control method that’s best for you.
You can get free condoms at Planned Parenthood anytime our health centers are open. Just stop in.
Anyone can get emergency contraception for $10 at Planned Parenthood. No age restrictions. No prescription. No appointment.
Safe and effective medication, emergency contraception is birth control, not the abortion pill.
Accidents happen — that’s why we offer emergency contraception (EC). Emergency contraception is birth control that helps prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex (up to 5 days after). However, the sooner it is taken, the better it works.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are caused by infections that are passed from one person to another during sexual contact.
If you’re sexually active you might be at risk for an STI. Testing is vital because the most common symptom of an STI is no symptom at all.
Get tested. It’s confidential, quick and easy. STI testing can be as simple as peeing in a cup.
Fortunately, all STIs can be treated and most can be cured. However, left untreated, STIs can have serious health consequences.
HIV is the infection that causes AIDS.
Get the oral HIV test with results in just 20 minutes. HIV testing is free for Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson patients.
Routine medical care is important for staying healthy. At Planned Parenthood yearly exams include breast, cervical and testicular cancer screening, blood pressure check, and testing for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
HPV stands for human papillomavirus.
A major medical breakthrough, the HPV vaccine helps protect against the high-risk types of HPV that cause most cases of cervical cancer and genital warts.
Protect yourself. Get vaccinated.
It’s recommended for females and males ages 9-26.
It’s covered by most insurance plans and Medicaid.
It’s here. You can get the HPV vaccine at Planned Parenthood.
Abortion is one of the most common and safest medical procedures performed in the United States each year.
We offer two methods of abortion.
In-clinic abortion is surgery performed up to 19 weeks 6 days from last menstrual period.
The abortion pill is a combination of two medications that end an early pregnancy (fewer than 9 weeks by ultrasound).
At Planned Parenthood we’ll discuss abortion and all of your options. You’ll get honest, complete information, and time to ask questions so you can decide if abortion is the right choice for you.
Planned Parenthood offers patients enhanced adoption-related services. Together with the highly respected adoption agency Spence-Chapin, Planned Parenthood helps pregnant women who are considering adoption placement.
Learn more about how the adoption process has changed in recent years and the legal rights and responsibilities of involved parties. Ask questions to decide if making an adoption placement is the right choice for you.
Through options counseling Planned Parenthood can help each pregnant woman make the best decision for herself. Adoption is one option.
At Planned Parenthood we take the time to review all your pregnancy options with you – parenting, adoption placement, and abortion services. You get honest, complete information and time to ask questions and make the choice that is best for you.
Sexual Assault Support Services offers free and confidential help for sexual assault victims and their families. Call our 24-hour hotline for crisis counseling and advocacy. We give you support at the hospital, and through police and court proceedings.
Fulton County 1.866.307.4086
Hamilton County 1.866.307.4086
Montgomery County 1.866.307.4086
Schenectady County 518.346.2266
Schoharie County 518.234.4949
Warren County 1.866.307.4086