Marin Health Care & Health Education

Huckleberry Teen Health Program 

In Marin County, Huckleberry Youth Programs operates the Huckleberry Teen Health Program (HTHP) in San Rafael’s Montecito Shopping Center. Established in 1988, Huckleberry Teen Health Program is a comprehensive health promotion and youth development program serving Marin County youth ages 12-25.

HTHP staff provide health education workshops in schools as well as, counseling, support groups, and case management services; and delivery of on-site services in a teen friendly environment. The Teen Tuesday drop-in clinic every Tuesday afternoon from 1 PM to 5 PM, offers health services at no cost to teenagers. These services include health education, pregnancy testing and options counseling, HIV and other STI testing, male and female exams, short-term counseling, and case management.

Also offered in our Marin facility: Adelante (Moving Forward) – Substance abuse intervention and treatment for young adults

CONTACT, HOURS, & LOCATION

361 Third Street, Suite G
San Rafael, CA 94901

(415) 258-4944
1-800-735-2929 (TTY)
Fax (415) 258-4943

Teen Tuesday Drop-In Clinic

On Tuesdays from 1 pm to 5 pm, HTHP offers the Teen Tuesday Drop-In Clinic for youth ages 12-25.

Teen Tuesday Services Include:

Pregnancy Tests

Birth Control

STI/STD testing

Exams

Health Education

Condoms

Counseling

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Health Education Workshops – Marin

Huckleberry Teen Health Program in Marin, provides Health Education workshops to young people throughout middle schools and high schools and at various community-based organizations. Our workshops are offered free of charge to public schools and organizations serving public school students.

Topics include: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs; Anti-Homophobia Workshops; Body Image; Communication About Sex and Drug Use; Contraception and Pregnancy Prevention; Diversity; Eating Disorders; Family Dynamics; Healthy Relationships; Sexual Decision-Making; Oppression Issues; Puberty; Rape and Abusive Relationships; Reproductive Anatomy; STI Prevention Education; Self-Esteem; Suicide Prevention; and Violence Prevention.

Letters pour into our clinics from teachers and students who are consistently impressed and affected in positive ways by Huckleberry’s Health Education team. Here are excerpts from some of those letters:

A Venetia Valley K-8 School student said: “I believe the program is a great and effective way of teaching teens how to make healthy choices, prevent the possible negative consequences of sex (including STDs), communicate their concerns, and ask questions.”

A Venetia Valley K-8 School teacher said of Community Health Coordinator Jackie Davis: “I wanted to thank you for being so wonderful to work with over the past few years. I can’t tell you how much I value the work you do at Huckleberry. The 8-hour curriculum has truly developed into an amazing course under your supervision.”

Counselor, Venetia Valley K-8 School said: “I just wanted to thank you again for coming out to speak to our 8th graders about these important topics. For some of our kids, it is a lifelong lesson and a real wake up call. One of the students on my caseload went to have a full STD screening based on the information that was shared in the presentation. I was so proud of her for self advocating for her health, but also realize that she may not have done that without the extra push from you all at Huckleberry. THANK YOU.”

To request a workshop from the Health Ed Team at Huckleberry Teen Health Program in Marin, please call the Director of Community Health, Jaclynn Davis at 415.258.4944 or email her at jdavis@huckleberryyouth.org.

 

Huckleberry Youth Programs: 415-668-2622 | hyp@huckleberryyouth.org