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Emergency Contraception

Programs that prescribe and/or supply birth control pills which are taken within 72-120 hours of having sexual intercourse to prevent an unintended pregnancy. Emergency contraception may be provided in the form of Plan B (2 pills), a large dose of regular birth control pills (two or four pills twice during a 12 hour period) or through insertion of a copper IUD.

Found 4 resources (displaying 4)

Thru: Anthony Jordan Health Center

Ages 12-25. Parental consent is required for all patients younger than 18.
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Jordan at Community Place

145 Parsells Avenue
Rochester, NY

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Woodward Health Center

480 Genesee Street
Rochester, NY

Thru: Livingston County Department of Health

None. Teens do not need parental consent to receive services.
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Livingston County Department of Health

2 Murray Hill Drive
Mt Morris, NY

Clinics at Mount Morris and Dansville: Day and evening appointments available. Call to schedule an appointment.

Thru: Finger Lakes Community Health**

Spanish, Creole
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Bath Community Health

6890 County Route 113
Bath, NY

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Geneva Community Health

601B West Washington Street
Geneva, NY

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Newark Community Health

513 West Union Street
Newark, NY

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Ovid Community Health

7150 Main Street
Ovid, NY

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Penn Yan Community Health

112 Kimball Ave.
Penn Yan, NY

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Port Byron Community Health

60 Main Street
Port Byron, NY

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Sodus Community Health

6341 Ridge Road
Sodus, NY

Thru: Newark-Wayne Community Hospital

Varies according to service. Call for information. Mental health unit: Ages 18 and older. Prenatal Care Assistance Program​/PCAP: Be pregnant. Meet income guidelines.
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Newark-Wayne Community Hospital

1200 Driving Park Avenue
Newark, NY

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