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Need to find something in person, or want to learn more?
See our compilation of local and national resources below. 
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Local Resources

These local places can help you with STI, HIV, and pregnancy testing, getting pap smears, birth control or vaccines, answering your health questions, and more.  You will never be turned away based on age or ability to pay.  It is generally best to call to get an appointment or let them know you’ll be coming in later. 

here at Johns Hopkins!

Johns Hopkins Gynecology & Obstetrics


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here at Johns Hopkins!

Harriet Lane Clinic

through the Johns Hopkins Children's Center

200 N Wolfe Street,

Baltimore MD 21231

Call 410-955-5710

End HIV Baltimore

Order monthly delivery of free condoms at the above website.

LIGHT Health and Wellness Comprehensive Services

2200 North Monroe Street, Baltimore, MD, 21217 | 443-524-0220

Offers free condoms that you can call to pick up from the above address.

Be aware that “pregnancy crisis centers” often do not have legitimate doctors or provide you with all your options. We recommend avoiding places like Baltimore Pregnancy Center, Women’s Care Center, and Women’s Center West. Learn more about telling if a clinic is legitimate here.

Resources for LGBTQIA+ People 

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386 | text START to 678-678

Crisis services for LGBTQ+ youth, including phone lines and online community spaces. 

Crisis Text Line

Text LGBTQ to 741-741 |

Access to a crisis counselor who can offer support, available 24/7.

LGBT National Hotline

Text 1-888-8434564

Offers a confidential, anonymous place to talk about issues including coming out, identity, bullying, safe sex, anxiety, and other concerns. 

Q Chat Space

An online community for LGBTQIA+ youth, where youth can chat online with other youth and trained center staff about topics and issues relevant to them.

LGBT National Health Center

1-888-843-4564 |

Multiple hotlines and online forums to support and connect LGBTQ+ people of all ages and identities.

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

(202) 467-8180 |

Resources to help family and community members better understand and support the LGBTQ+ individuals in their lives.

Trans Lifeline

Text 1-877-565-8860 |

Peer support, care, and resources for trans and nonbinary people; provided and staffed by trans and nonbinary people. 

Intelligent: LGBTQ+ College Guide

A guide to finding LGBTQ+ friendly universities, with resources for LGBTQ+ students applying to and currently in college.

Resources for Survivors of Sexual Violence or Abuse

NSVRC (National Sexual Violence Resource Center)

Resources on experiencing and recovering from sexual violence for survivors, community members, and educators.

Love is Respect

Offers confidential live chat, texting and calling options, and helpful information about relationships and safety.


Helps survivors of sexual assault in a few states, including Maryland. They provide resources on legal, financial, and healthcare options, with specific resources on child (under 18) sexual abuse.

RAINN Hotline | Hotline:1-800-656-4673

The nation's largest sexual assault hotline, which you can call for support 24/7.

House of Ruth Maryland

Immediate support for survivors of sexual violence and abuse through hotlines, emergency shelters, legal assistance, and counseling options. 

TurnAround | Crisis Call Line: 443-279-0379 | Crisis Text Line: 410-498-5956 

Serves survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence in Baltimore, offering counseling services, legal counseling, and a crisis call and text line. 

If the situation is not an emergency, you can contact Violet and we can help connect you to resources. 

Resources for Mental Health

SAMHSA Hotline | 1-800-662-4357

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admiistration. Offers 24/7 hotline, available in both English and Spanish.

Suicide Prevention Hotline | English: 1-800-273-8255 | Spanish: 1-800-628-9454

24/7 hotline for free and confidential emotional support.

Crisis Text Line

Text SIGNS to 741741 for 24/7, anonymous, free, crisis counseling. 

If the situation is not an emergency, you can contact Violet and we can help connect you to resources. 

Resources for Substance Abuse

SAMHSA Hotline

SAMHSA stands for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. They have a 24/7 hotline that you can call and a text message referral service. English and Spanish are available.

Hotline Phone #: 1-800-662-4357

Text Referral Service: Text your zip code to 435748

Baltimore County Substance Abuse Services

Visit the linked website for a comprehensive list of Baltimore County services, including phone numbers for support groups and options for inpatient treatment.

Substance Abuse Helpline: 410-887-3224

Penn North

Penn North is a Baltimore nonprofit that offers addiction treatment services free of charge. You can drop in from 8am-8pm on weekdays or call the phone number below for more information.

Address: 1610 North Carey Street, Baltimore, MD, 21217

Phone: 410-728-2080

You can also contact Violet and we can help connect you to resources. 

Resources for Contraception & Abortion

Free The Pill

Aims to increase access to contraception by educating and engaging in support of over-the-counter (OTC) birth control pills.

Mayday Health

Empowers people to make informed decisions about their own bodies by sharing information on how to access safe abortion pills in any state. 

Resources for Abortion Delivery

A fund run by the Abortion Defense Network (ADN). They can connect you with attorneys for legal advice and representation, as well as funding for abortion supporters and providers. 

How to Use Abortion Pill

An online community that believes everyone should have access to safe abortion options. Teaches how to use the abortion pill to safely and effectively end a pregnancy.

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