Can grandparents or friends bring children in for services?

No. A legal guardian or parent must accompany children under 18 years of age with the exception of some teen services. A proxy may be appointed after the child’s initial visit for immunization services.
For information on teen services and the Minor Consent law, visit the Teen Services page.

visit the Teen Services page.

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1. How do I make a Family Planning Appointment?
2. What do I bring to a Family Planning visit?
3. Would I be able to get a prescription to cover me for the entire year?
4. Would I be able to get a prescription for birth control without proof of income (since I am between jobs at the moment)while having health insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield)?
5. Do I need a pap to refill my birth control?
6. What to bring to an STD appointment?
7. When will STD Results be ready?
8. Are there walk-in/same day services?
9. For STD testing would I need to bring anything? Is it free?
10. Does the Health Department offer paternity or DNA testing?
11. Can grandparents or friends bring children in for services?
12. Can I receive services other than well care?
13. Does the Health Department offer parenting classes?
14. Does the Health Department provide free birth control?
15. How do I obtain a copy of my immunization or medical record?
16. When is pregnancy testing offered?
17. Where can I get a copy of a birth or death certificate?
18. Where can I get a Social Security card?
19. Where can I get assistance with prescriptions?
20. Where can I get my blood pressure checked?
21. Where do I apply for Medicaid?