Sexual and Reproductive Health
What is this service?
The Public Health Department provides friendly, confidential, free or low-cost reproductive and sexual health services and birth control for women, men and teens. This program seeks to reduce unintended pregnancy by providing access to the information, clinical preventive services and resources necessary to ensure that all pregnancies are healthy, well-timed and intended. The Department works to prevent the spread of STDs by providing STD testing, treatment and education. This includes:
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Who can use this service?
This service is available to people living in California. There is not a requirement for how long you must live in the state before accessing this service. You do not need a physician referral to access this service.
Is there a charge for this service?
You may be eligible for no-cost services if you are eligible for Family PACT, Medi-Cal or Medicare. For all others, fees are based on a sliding scale.
When and where is this service offered?
Reproductive services are provided by appointment only at the clinic locations listed on this page.
Location, directions and hours of operation
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Public Health Clinic - SLO-Reproductive Health
Open Mondays 8-11, Thursdays 8-5
2180 Johnson Avenue San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Public Health Clinic-Morro Bay
760 Morro Bay Boulevard Morro Bay, CA 93442
Public Health Clinic - Paso Robles
723 Walnut Drive Paso Robles, CA 93446
Tel: (805) 237-3050
Fax: (805) 237-3057
Frequently Asked Questions
As a teen, do you know your rights?
If you're a teen in California, you have a legal right to access confidential and affordable sexual and reproductive health care. Find out more about these rights at teensource.org.
What is the difference between birth control options?
There are a variety of options to choose from that can protect you and your partner from unwanted pregnancy and STDs. The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy’s Bedsider.org has some great resources to help you learn more about what method might work best for you.