Health centers in the Arizona Family Health Partnership network provide quality comprehensive family planning and related preventive health services free or at a low cost for low-income women and men. They include:
Yes. People 17 and younger are eligible to receive all of our services as permitted by state law. Costs are determined by the teenager’s income unless a parent or guardian is present.
Minors are always encouraged, but not required, to bring a parent or guardian when receiving care. Arizona Family Health Partnership encourages teens to speak openly with their parents/guardians about any activities that could potentially affect their health, including their sexual activities and healthcare choices.
All services and information shared during a visit are confidential and not shared with anyone, including a minor’s parent/guardian. However, Arizona Family Health Partnership encourages minors to talk to their parent/guardians about their healthcare choices and any activities that could affect their health.
Everything you share during your visit is private and confidential. The only exceptions are cases involving incest, abuse or rape of minors, which by law must be reported to the proper authorities. Positive test results for certain sexually transmitted infections may be reported to the state health department.
You can use our location finder to the clinic nearest to you and call that health center directly to make your appointment, or you can call us at (602) 258-5777 or toll-free at (888) 272-5652 and we will direct you to a Title X health center near you.
Title X services are free for clients when their household incomes are below the Federal Poverty Level. The cost of services for teens is based on their parent or guardian’s income. If you are a teenager and wish to keep your healthcare visit confidential, the cost of your visit will be based on your income. Costs are reduced, based on a sliding scale, for clients with household incomes up to two-and-a-half times the poverty level.