Your source for confidential, low-cost sexual health services.
*For certain income levels services may be free. We do not deny services for inability to pay, but even small donations keep this program available.
If you are attending school in the area you can transfer your
birth control information to us!
We bill private insurance
What can we help you with?
All services are confidential.
We offer abstinence counseling by appointment. Call a clinic near you to talk with someone who can confidentially help you find the sexual health choices that are right for you.
Listen to Anna's story, see why she is choosing to say "not right now" to sex.
Choosing not to have sex, until you're married or until you're ready, is the only 100% effective method of birth control.
Abstinence might be the right choice for you.
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Popular Methods we offer:
Nexplanon- The most effective method, a tiny rod that's inserted under the skin of your upper arm. It prevents pregnancy for up to four years. Pretty cool, huh? Click here for more info on implants.
IUDs- There are two types of IUDs, one is hormonal and one is non-hormonal. Both are placed in your uterus to prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg. IUDs can prevent pregnancy for up to three to twelve years, depending on which type you choose. Click here for more info on IUDs.
Depo-Provera- This is a shot that lasts for three months, so every three months, you will need another shot to avoid becoming pregnant. Click here for more info on the shot.
Birth Control Pills- These have been around for 50 years! You just take one every day and they protect your from pregnancy as long as you remember to take them at the same time, every day. Click here for more info on the pill.
Condoms- With hundreds of different shapes, sizes , and brands, condoms are the most popular form of birth control. We have condoms for free at all of our offices, you can stop by at any time and pick up as many as you need with no questions asked. Click here for more info on condoms.
Plan B (Emergency Contraception)
You do not need parental consent to receive Plan B and it is completely confidential.
Emergency Contraception can stop a pregnancy before it starts, meaning it is different from an abortion pill. This means if you are already pregnant, taking plan B will not harm your pregnancy. Mistakes happen, and we get that. We can offer Plan B if you have had unprotected sex or you made a mistake with your birth control. It is effective up to five days after unprotected sex but loses effectiveness every day.The sooner Plan B is taken the better, so call an office near you for an appointment ASAP!
Between 2006 and 2010, about one in nine sexually experienced women age 15-44 had used emergency contraception. If you feel you need it, please do not hesitate to give us a call.
If you are pregnant, most urine tests will show a positive about two to three weeks after you had sex or around the same time you missed your period.
If you believe you may be pregnant, call a clinic near you to schedule a pregnancy test.
This service is completely confidential; you do not need parental consent to receive this service.
We can screen for sexually transmitted infections. Call the clinic nearest you to schedule an appointment.
This service is completely confidential.
*We can test for these STI's
*Chlamydia- A common STI that can infect both men and women, and is easily cured. If left untreated, chlamydia can make it difficult for a woman to become pregnant. We can test for and treat chlamydia Need more info?
*Gonorrhea- Any sexually active person can get gonorrhea, it is curable with the right medication, but can cause very serious complications if not treated. We can test for gonorrhea. Need more info?
Trichomoniasis- Is considered the most common curable STI in the US, while symptoms vary, most people cannot tell they are infected. Need more info?
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)- Nearly all sexually active men and women get HPV in their lifetime. Most of the time it goes away on its own, but when it doesn't it can cause serious health problems. Need more info?
Herpes- About one of every six people age 14-49 in the United States has Genital Herpes. It can be spread through vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone with the disease even if there are no physical signs of it. Need more info?
Syphilis- Can have very serious complications if not treated, but is easily treated and cured. Need more info?
The Northern Colorado AIDS Project does HIV and Hepatitis C testing at NCHD offices. Please contact us for more information.
If you have any questions regarding additional STIs please give us a call.
REMEMBER: It's important to be honest with your provider about your sexual behavior - even though it might be embarrassing. The information you provide will help your provider give you the best care possible, and it will not be shared with anyone else unless you give permission.
15-19-year-olds account for 40% of all chlamydia cases
1 in 5 people will be infected with herpes before adulthood
By age 25, 50% of Americans have had one or more STI
Protect yourself, let us help. Call an office near you.
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If you need more information call us or check out one of the sites below.
If you'd like more information, about our First Base Program, please contact :
Brandee Simpson, RN
(970) 867-4918 x2232