You can find Spartanburg’s local teen-friendly clinics and learn where to get birth control and receive other family planning services.
Need condoms? Find out where you can get free condoms in Spartanburg.
Is this information overwhelming? Click the link below to contact a Community Health Worker—a trusted adult from the community who is trained to help you navigate the health care system and find services that are right for you.
The Adolescent Family Life program is a comprehensive support for pregnant and parenting adolescents empowering them to stay in school.
BirthMatters provides community doula services to young (24 years old and younger) expectant mothers—whether a first or second pregnancy, at no charge to them.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program that partners first-time moms with a specially trained nurse who makes home visits throughout the pregnancy and until the baby turns two years old.
Upstate Fatherhood Coalition helps fathers overcome the barriers to being a responsible and involved father.
Check out what's happening in Spartanburg on ConnectSpartanburg.org —a community website for teens, parents and providers.