Tejano Center for Community Concerns

One Community. One Heart.

Baylor College of Medicine

  • In partnership with the Baylor College of Medicine beginning in 2013, the teen clinic located at the Tejano Center for Community Concerns (adjacent to the RYSS), offers free or low-cost comprehensive health care and education to RYSS students, ages 13 and older. Clinic services (with parental consent) include comprehensive medical exams, sports physicals, HIV and STD screening, family planning, prenatal care, health education and counseling, case management social work, and crisis intervention. The clinic’s goal is to provide services to students in low- income communities who may not otherwise receive health care and to help students stay in school. 

    Located:

    Tejano Center for Community Concerns/Raul Yzaguirre Schools for Success
    2950 Broadway St. 
    Houston, TX 77017

     

    Teen Health Clinic services (parental consent) include the following:

    • Complete medical exams
    • Sports physicals
    • HIV & STD screening
    • Family planning
    • Reproductive care
    • Prenatal care
    • Treatment/test of cure
    • Individual counseling
    • Crisis intervention
    • Self-esteem coaching

    Clinic hours:

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