Primary Care for the Youth of New York
The Youth Access Program of NewYork-Presbyterian's Projects STAY program provides adolescents and young adults with age-specific support from healthcare professionals such as medical providers, social workers, and trained health educators. Team members offer outreach, education, and counseling in community settings on various health topics, including sexual and reproductive health.
Our staff provides on-site testing at schools and community agencies for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV. We also link our clients with care at youth-friendly clinics in New York City, such as two clinics in northern Manhattan operated by Project STAY. Young people can also receive an app that helps them locate clinics in their area. This app is available from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The Youth Access Program has a primary care clinic for high-risk youth located at:
Farrell Community Health Center
610 West 158th Street, 1st floor
New York, NY 10032
Thursday 2pm-6pm – walk-ins welcome!
- Subway: Take the 1 train to 157th St/Broadway or the C train to the 155th Street station
- Bus: M2, M3, M4, M5, and M100
This clinic provides physical examinations, STD and HIV screening and care, pre-exposure and post-exposure assessment and treatment (PEP and PrEP) for HIV prevention, pregnancy testing, birth control counseling and management, vaccinations, primary care, and mental health counseling and support.