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San Francisco Department of Public Health - Special Programs for Youth (SPY)
Address 375 Woodside Ave. (Youth Guidance Center)

555 Cole St. (Huckleberry Cole St. Clinic)

1138 Sutter St. (Larkin Street Youth Clinic)

Phone 415-753-7811 (YGC Clinic) , 415-386-9398 (Cole St.) , 415-673-0911 x259 (Larkin St.)
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Hours M-F: 9am-8pm (Administration, M-F: 9am-8pm (YGC Clinic) M, T, F: 9:am-5 pm; W: 9-1pm; Th: 9am-6pm (Huckleberry Cole Street Clinic) , M,W,Th, F: 9am-1pm-and 2pm -5:00pm Tues: 11 am-1pm, 2pm-5pm (Larkin St.Youth Clinic)
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375 Woodside Ave. (Youth Guidance Center)

555 Cole St. (Huckleberry Cole St. Clinic)

1138 Sutter St. (Larkin Street Clinics)

415-753-7810 (YGC Clinic)

415-386-9398 (Cole St.)

415-673-0911 x259 (Larkin St Youth Clinic)

415-749-3248 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-8pm (Administration)

24/7 (YGC Clinic)

M, T, F: 9:am-5 pm; W: 9-1pm; Th: 9am-6pm (Huckleberry Cole Street Clinic)

M,W,Th,F: 9am-1pm and 2pm-5:00pm, Tues: 11am-1pm, 2pm-5:00pm (Larkin St.)

Provides free primary health care, case management and psycho-social services for young people ages 12-24 who are HIV positive at the Huckleberry Cole Street Clinic and the Larkin Street Youth Clinics. Offers family planning, pregnancy screening, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV testing. Call for appointment or drop-in hours. The Youth Guidance Center Clinic offers the same services to incarcerated youth, ages 8-18, and outpatient mental health treatment services for individuals, groups and families. Spanish, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Tagalog. Translators for other languages can be arranged. Wheelchair accessible.

The Youth Guidance Center Clinic provides free primary health care, case management and psycho-social services for to incarcerated youth ages 8-18. Offers family planning, pregnancy screening, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV testing, and outpatient mental health treatment services for individuals, groups and families. Spanish, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Tagalog. Translators for other languages can be arranged. Wheelchair accessible.

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