Abortion is legal in Colorado. All are welcome here. Appointments are available typically within a week. 

sex ed summer camp

Sex Ed Summer Camp

Join Teen Clinic & Renee Crown Wellness Institute for this NO COST SEX ED SUMMER CAMP.

Calling all incoming 6th – 8th grade students! Running Monday-Friday on July 22nd-August 2nd, half-day 9:00am-12:00pm.

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Coming fall 2023: BVHC Youth Advisory Council on Reproductive Health & Justice
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Your visit will be private.
We will not tell anyone about your visit unless you give us permission.
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Services are free or low-cost
And free condoms and emergency contraception pills.
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What We Do

We provide healthcare services to all people in our community including all genders, sexual orientations, physical attributes, immigration, or insurance status. Most services are free or low-cost.

Contact Us

Schedule An Appointment:
Online Instant Schedule HERE

Call: (303) 442-5160

Visit us:
2855 Valmont Road Boulder, CO 80301

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. -1 p.m.

Teen Education and Resources

Our Teen & Community Program provides comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education to thousands of Boulder Valley students each year. We also support health educators, parents, young people, health providers, and our community with medically accurate resources.

  • Besider: A birth control website and support network that can help someone find a birth control method that works for them. The website also has a clinic finder to locate a nearby clinic if someone is outside the Boulder Valley.
  • Your Birth Control Fact Sheet in English and Spanish from the Reproductive Health Access Project. It has pictures and short descriptions of all methods in alphabetical order.
  • A one-page handout on birth control methods from UCSF Beyond the Pill in English and Spanish.
  • Scarteen: A sexual health website that provides information on sexuality and relationships for teens and young adults.
  • Sexetc: A sex education website written for teens, by teens.
  • Go Ask Alice from Columbia University: Medically accurate information designed for young people on a wide range of health topics.
  • Love is Respect: Information on healthy relationships and dating abuse.
  • SPAN: Boulder Valley alliance for non-violence with local support and resources for people in abusive relationships as well as a 24-hour crisis hotline.
  • Advocates Youth: Youth activists and adult allies working on sexual health, rights, and justice.
  • Guttmacher Institute: A leading research and policy organization committed to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights.
  • Power to Decide: Provides research and information on sexual health, contraceptive and abortion access.
  • Sex Positive Families Education and resources to support parents in raising sexually healthy children. Excellent resource list including books, articles and more that is searchable by age and topic.

Additional Resources for Health Educators

Infection Testing

Confidential testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs),

Birth Control

Free and confidential birth control and STI testing for young people under age 18.

Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception (EC) is birth control that works up to 5 days after penis-vagina sex to prevent pregnancy. EC does not disrupt a pregnancy if someone is already pregnant. EC is safe for everyone to use.

Pregnancy Testing + Options

Urine pregnancy testing is a simple way to find out if someone is pregnant. We offer easy and private pregnancy testing.