Juneau Teen Health Center offers convenient, confidential, and FREE health services at the three Juneau high schools, Juneau-Douglas High School (JDHS), Thunder Mountain High School (TMHS) and Yaakoosge Daakahidi High School (YDHS).
Comprehensive health services for high-school aged youth include:
Read more about our services in the ABOUT US tab above.
COUNSELING by text, phone or video conferencing is available over the Summer Break!
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Call the Juneau Public Health Center at 465-3353 for birth control refills, Depo shots, STI testing, etc.
Other Medical concerns:
Contact your primary care doctor, SEARHC at 463-4040, or Bartlett Regional Hospital at 796-8900.
CONSENT: Students who wish to use services at the Juneau Teen Health Center must have a signed parental consent form on file. If no consent is on file, then a teen can only receive reproductive health care services as stipulated by State of Alaska law (AS 25.20.025). If a parent prefers to withhold consent and signs the form accordingly, then no services will be made available to their teen. Questions regarding consent or withholding consent should be addressed to the Adolescent Health Care Coordinator.
Go to the CONSENT tab above to download a copy of the Consent Form.
COMMUNITY PARTNERS: The Juneau Teen Health Center has been in operation since 1993. The school-based health center is funded and maintained through a six partner inter-agency coalition. Each partner agency contributes resources and/or personnel and provides oversight for clinic operations.
The Juneau Teen Health Center partner agencies are: