Mesa County Public Health Clinic

510 29 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81501

970-248-6906

Hours:        
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - noon

Walk-ins are welcome:     
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

The Mesa County Public Health Clinic is youth-friendly. We think you are important and want to see you as soon as possible. When making an appointment, please let the receptionist know if you are under 20, so we can schedule you ASAP.

SERVICES


We offer:
  • Birth Control
  • Emergency Birth Control
  • Information on Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Healthy Living
  • Pregnancy Resources
  • Parent Information

    We want to make sure you have all the information and care you need to make good choices and be safe. 

PAYMENT

Many of our services are free for young people. If you have insurance, we can bill your insurance. If you do not have insurance or do not want to use your insurance, the cost of the clinic is based on how much money you make. We can help you figure that out before you are seen.

YOU MAY NOT NEED AN EXAM

Many of our birth control options DO NOT require an exam. If you are having a problem, a brief exam of the area might be necessary to make sure you are healthy. Some birth control options do require an exam. These exams are done by doctors, physician assistants and nurses with advanced training. You can ask to see a woman if you prefer.

JUST NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE?

You can always call and ask to talk to a nurse or clinical health aide. These people are trained to answer your questions and help you decide if you need to come to the clinic. Call us at 970-248-6906.

YOUR VISIT IS CONFIDENTIAL.

Your parents and friends will NOT know if you come to the clinic. We want you to talk to your parents, but that will be your choice. Our clinic is completely confidential. However, if you tell us you are being hurt in any way, we must act. We care about your safety and we are required by Colorado state law to report any abuse. Some sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are reported to the Colorado State Health Department - but not your parents!