(SRJC Student Health Centers provide a handful of reproductive health services during their regular clinic hours. These include pregnancy tests, emergency contraception, contraceptive counseling and condoms.)
4/29/2020 Update: During this time of sheltering in place, Sexual Health services are still available in Sonoma County. Student Health Services has a Reproductive Health Care Resources document showing clinics that are open in our community and which services they are offering.
SRJC Student Health Services Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are currently available to assist you in many ways:
NPs can offer phone advice or Telelhealth Secure Zoom appointments.
NPs can order Emergency Contraception (Plan B), re-order birth control, order lab work for possible Sexually Transmitted Infection exposure, medicines for STIs or vaginal infections, treat urinary tract infections and counsel you as to the next best step. If they can’t help you, they know the local resources that can help you.
Of note- Emergency contraception is covered by FPACT and most insurances. You can also get it directly from the pharmacy without an order. It costs $39-55 if you don’t have insurance.
Call 707-527-4445 for phone advice or ZOOM appointment.
Eligibility and Insurance
The full reproductive health services clinics accept both Medi-Cal and insurance for payment. For students without insurance, or if they are concerned about confidentiality related to insurance charges, the Family PACT program is available. Family PACT is a state program that fully covers comprehensive family planning services for eligible men and women. Reproductive clinic staff can sign you up for the program at the time of service. You will receive a green plastic card that can be used at pharmacies, laboratories and other clinics for reproductive health care. Learn more about Family PACT eligibility or coverage.
How to Schedule a Clinical Appointment
Calling for an appointment with a Nurse Practitioner ahead of time is always preferred, though same-day and walk-in appointments are sometimes available as well. Appointments can be made by calling Student Health Services at (707) 527-4445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. When in-person services resume, students can also walk into the Santa Rosa Campus offices as well as walk in or call (707) 778-3919 for the Petaluma Campus. Walk-in appointments may be available for same day services, but availability is not guaranteed.
Our Community Partners
Santa Rosa Community Health Centers provides full reproductive services at SRJC Santa Rosa. They are dedicated to providing excellent, affordable medical care and health education in a supportive and culturally appropriate environment. They are committed to acting as advocates for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the individuals in our community.
Petaluma Health Center (PHC) provides full reproductive services at SRJC Petaluma. They provide high quality health care with access for all in Southern Sonoma County, including Petaluma Rohnert Park, Cotati, Penngrove and the surrounding areas. PHC’s mission is to provide excellent health information, education and clinical care to all members of the community in a financially sustainable manner, regardless of economic, insurance or cultural barriers.
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