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Need to talk? We’re here to help. Confidential, low-cost, counseling and support for youth ages 11–23 for help with friends, family, relationships, sexuality, work, school, abuse, violence, drugs, grief or anything else that’s causing stress or trouble.

  • With or without insurance
  • One on one counseling
  • Family and in-home support
  • To make an appointment, call 651.772.5555

Confidential health care for youth ages 11–23

  • With or without insurance
  • Walk-in appointments welcome
  • Free walk-in pregnancy tests
  • All birth control options and the morning after pill
  • Urine STD testing and treatment
  • Pregnancy care and case management
  • Medical care for illness, physicals, and check-ups
  • To make an appointment, call 651.772.5555

SafeZone Drop-in Center

Do you need help with food, clothing, or finding a place to stay? Visit SafeZone, a drop-in center for youth ages 14–20. Located in downtown Saint Paul, we are open Monday through Saturday. Services offered at SafeZone include:

  • Case Managers are available every day to assist you with finding shelter, housing, jobs, and more.
  • Clothing Closet: On-site clothing closet with hygiene items.
  • Computer Lab/ Resource Room: Research jobs and apartments, complete your resume (assistance is available!).
  • Food shelf/ Meals Sandwiches and a hot meal are served daily. A small food shelf is available for emergency use.
  • GED Teachers are available Monday through Thursday during the school year.
  • The Independent Living Skills Program offers assistance finding housing and jobs, weekly classes to help you live on your own successfully.
  • A Medical Clinic is available weekly. All services are free.
  • A Mental Health Case Manager is available daily for crisis support and counseling.
  • Sexual Health Education Staff are available daily to talk with you about your sexual health. We provide free, confidential HIV testing and safer sex supplies.
  • Shower and Laundry Services are available Monday through Saturday for free.
  • Street Outreach Outreach Workers are available in Saint Paul and surrounding metro locations after hours. They provide supplies for safer sex and basic needs. Call Streetworks at 612.252.2735 to find an outreach worker.

Community Resources

Face to Face is a founding member of the Trans Youth Support Network (TYSN).


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