Island Health Youth Clinics

Island Health Youth Clinics

Island Health Youth Clinics provide confidential services to clients under 25 years of age that include education, counselling, resources and referrals for: 

  • low cost birth control
  • emergency contraception (Plan B)
  • STI testing and treatment
  • pregnancy testing and counselling
  • sexual decision-making and relationships
  • immunizations

Contact the Youth Clinic near you to learn more about specific services offered in South, Central and North Island.

General Information on Island Health Youth Clinics

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SOUTH ISLAND

Victoria Sexual Health Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
Victoria Health Unit
1947 Cook Street
Victoria, B.C. 
V8T 3P7
250-388-2200

Wellness Centre at Belmont

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
3041 Langford Lake Road
Victoria, B.C.
V9B 0L9
Phone: 250-519-3580

Wellness Centre at Royal Bay

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
3500 Ryder Hesjedal Way
Victoria, B.C.
V9C 0J6
Phone: 250-519-3580

Wellness Centre at EMCS (Edward Milne Community School)

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
6218 Sooke Road
Victoria, B.C.
V9Z 1J1 
Phone: 250-519-3487

West Shore Youth Health Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
345 Wale Road
Victoria, B.C.
V9B 6X2
Phone: 250-519-3490

Sooke Youth Health Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
#104 – 6672 Wadams Way
Sooke, B.C.
V9Z 0H3
Phone: 250-519-3487

CENTRAL ISLAND 

Chemainus Secondary School

Serving Chemainus Secondary School students only
9947 Daniel Street
Chemainus, B.C. 
V0R 1K1
250-709-3050

Cowichan Secondary School

Serving Cowichan Secondary School students only
2652 Janes St
Duncan, B.C. 
V9L 2X2
250-709-3050

Frances Kelsey Secondary School

Serving Frances Kelsey Secondary School students only
953 Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Rd
Mill Bay, B.C. 
V0R 2P2
250-709-3050

Kaatza Health Centre Youth Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
58 Cowichan Ave West
Lake Cowichan, B.C. 
V0R 2G0
250-709-3050

Lake Cowichan Secondary School

Serving Lake Cowichan Secondary School students only
190 South Shore Rd
Lake Cowichan, B.C. 
V0R 2G0
250-709-3050

Margaret Moss Health Unit Youth Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
675 Canada Ave
Duncan, B.C. 
V9L 1T9
250-709-3050

Youth Health Centre – Parksville

Serving youth aged 12 to 25 years of age
494 Bay Ave
Parksville, B.C. 
V9P 2G5
250-947-8242

Nanaimo Youth Wellness Centre

Serving young people up to age 25 
Located inside Nanaimo Aquatic Centre beside the swim shop
741 Third St
Nanaimo, B.C.
V9R 7B2
250-755-3333 or cell/text 250-619-0651

Port Alberni Youth Clinic

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
Located at ADSS, entrance at front left of school through Wellness Centre
4000 Roger St
Port Alberni, B.C.
250-720-9591
 
Mailing Address:

#202-4152 Redford Street
Port Alberni, B.C.
V9Y 3R5

NORTH ISLAND

Campbell River Youth Clinic at Foundry

Serving youth 25 years of age and under
140 – 10th Ave
Campbell River, B.C. 
V9W 4E3
250-850-2110

Comox Valley Public Health (Health Unit & High Schools) – Youth Clinics –

Serving ages 12-25
Call 250-331-8520 ask for a Youth Clinic Nurse

Courtenay Options for Sexual Health Clinic

Serving all ages
250-331-8521
https://www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/clinic/courtenay-opt-clinic

Comox Valley – Foundry

Serving ages 12-24
250-338-7341
https://foundrybc.ca/comoxvalley/
 

MOUNT WADDINGTON  

Mailing Address for all Mount Waddington youth clinics:
Box 46, 7070 Market Street
Port Hardy, B.C.
V0N 2P0

Port Hardy Youth Clinic

#12 – 7070 Market Street 
Port Hardy, B.C.
250-902-6071

Port McNeill Youth Clinic

1775 Furney Place
Port McNeill, B.C.
250-956-4711

North Island Secondary School

(NISS Students only)
2071 McNeill Rd
Port McNeill, B.C.  

Locations

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

2400 Arbutus Rd
Victoria, B.C.
V8N 1V7

250-519-5390

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