General Health Resources
General Health Information
Family Doctor A valuable resource of information and advice on common healthcare problems and psychological care.
Go Ask Alice Columbia University's "Alice"" covers topics from basic health to STIs.
Health Line is a great resource that covers all things health including: Top Health News, Symptom Tracker, Body System outlines, and helpful articles.
Medicine Net Information on diseases and treatments, procedures and tests, and first aid resources.
The Body An AIDS and HIV information resource.
The Mayo Clinic Basic health information developed by Mayo Clinic Medical Center. Mental health, depression and stress information available.
Public Health Services County wide Public Health Services and Programs.
WebMD Consumer health information.
Sexual Health Information
Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA) provides education, support, recreation, advocacy and partnerships for the well-being of SLO County’s GLBT (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender) community. (805) 541-4252
Planned Parenthood // (805) 963-2445
The Center // (805) 544-4355
Sexual+ Reproductive Health Care services at SLO public Health Agency
Trying to decide what Birth Control to use? Here's How To Make The Decision.
Pregnancy and Parenting
CAPSLO Family Support Services offers free and low cost parenting classes and programs for families, single mothers, single fathers, and families with an absent parent. (805) 541-4122 ext. 25
Planned Parenthood offers family planning services, pregnancy testing, reproductive education, and more // (888) 898-3806
Alpha Pregnancy and Parenting Support // (805) 541-3367
Violence and Support
RISE Sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking recovery and prevention // TOLL-FREE 24 Hour Crisis Line: Contact (855) 886-7473.
Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence // Women’s Shelter Program (805) 781-6401 (SLO) // Women's Resource Center (805) 461-1338 (North County) // General phone number: (805) 781-6400
National Rape Crisis/Nationwide RAINN // (800) 656-4673
HIV-HEP C Support
Access Support Network is a community based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support to our neighbors and loved ones living with HIV or Hep C. They strive to improve the independence of clients through individualized services.