Men and Women Reproductive Health Care
District Health Department No. 2 provides high quality reproductive health care to women, men and teens at low or no cost. Services are based on your income and we accept all types of insurance. The Reproductive Health Care Program promotes the well-being of families by giving couples the opportunity to time pregnancies when they are best able to care for a child. Parental consent is not required.
- Free Condoms
- Birth Control
- Pregnancy Testing
- Follow-up & Referrals
- Community & Patient Education
- Health Assessment
- Screening & Exams
- Emergency Contraception
- Sterilization Referrals
For a birth control or STD screening appointment offered in Iosco, Ogemaw and Oscoda Counties, please call 1-800-504-2650.
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative
Teen pregnancy is a widespread issue that is at the root of numerous social and health challenges. In 2014, the pregnancy rate of teens in District Health Department No. 2 jurisdiction (Alcona, Iosco, Ogemaw & Oscoda Counties) was 45.125 for the State of Michigan it was 34.8.
District Health Department No. 2 works to prevent teenage pregnancy through education and awareness. When funding is available, sexuality education classes are offered in local schools. Click here for our Taking Charge Program. Teens may also call or email District Health Department No. 2 for more information on preventing teenage pregnancy, or click on any of the resource links on the right.
Teens in Michigan have the right to the following confidential health services without their parent’s knowledge or permission:
- Drug use and abuse
- Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
- Pregnancy Testing and prenatal (pregnancy) care
- Birth control
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, contact your physician or go to the emergency room right away:
- Arm, leg, chest or stomach pains
- Blurred vision
- Shortness of breath
- Sudden and severe headaches
Smoking Cessation Initiative
Smoking during pregnancy is linked to infant mortality, low birth weight and other infant complications. It is important to use evidence-based programming, like SCRIPT, to attack this major public health issue.