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You can get free emergency contraception if you are a female. These pills can prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or rape.

Emergency contraception is available 24 hours a day at public hospitals.

Services are confidential and open to all. You will be helped regardless of your immigration status.

Use Site Finder to search for a Clinic that offers emergency contraception.

You can get free emergency contraception, also known as Plan B or the morning-after pill, at a clinic for teens.

These pills can prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex, birth control failure, or rape up to 5 days after sex.

You can also get:

  • Condoms
  • Birth control
  • Testing for STDs and HIV

You can get sexual health services at a clinic without your parents' permission or knowledge. Services are confidential, free or very low-cost, and open to all.

You will be helped regardless of your immigration status.

You can buy Emergency Contraception at a pharmacy without a prescription. Some City public high schools also offer emergency contraception and other reproductive health services.

Use Site Finder to search for a Clinic that offers emergency contraception for teens.

Learn more about sexual health services for teens.

If unintended pregnancy is a concern, EC, or Emergency Contraception, is a safe way to prevent pregnancy after a condom has broken or if you had unprotected sex.

Emergency Contraception can reduce your risk of pregnancy up to five days after unprotected sex. The faster you use it after sex the more likely it is to prevent pregnancy.

If you are 15 or older you can buy Emergency Contraception at a pharmacy without a prescription. The cost ranges from $40 to $50.

Free Emergency Contraception pills are available at any of the Health Department's STD Clinics. It can be obtained without parental consent. No appointment is needed.

If a condom broke, keep the condom wrapper and any other condoms in the box or package. You should report the breakage to the phone number on the package.

Learn more about emergency contraception.