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Title IX


Medical Follow-up Options

If you have insurance, you may want to use your regular doctor. However, if you don’t have insurance, are too far away from your doctor, or are just uncomfortable seeking medical information and treatment from your doctor, there are other options.

SU Health Services(512) 863-1555
Emergency Contraception Hotline(888) 668-2528

Provides general information about medications (e.g., the morning-after pill) and will give you the closest locations to receive prescriptions and treatment.

Planned Parenthood www.ppaustin.org/clinics.html

Clinics provide affordable pregnancy testing, birth control services, STD testing, HIV screening, emergency contraception.

Downtown Austin (512) 477-5846
South Austin (512) 276-8000
North Austin (512) 331-1288

COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES

Clinics provide complete birth control services, pregnancy testing, HIV and STD screening, annual exams; accept Medicaid, and have a sliding fee scale.

Georgetown (512) 930-3280
Round Rock (512) 248-3256
Taylor (512) 352-7697

WILLIAMSON COUNTY AND CITIES HEALTH DISTRICT

Clinics provide STD and HIV screening and treatment; have sliding fee scale services.

Georgetown (512) 930-4386
Round Rock (512) 248-3257
Taylor (512) 352-5201