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Reproductive & Sexual Health Services

Norman-Mahnomen Public Health offers free or low cost reproductive & sexual health services. High quality and confidential services are offered by our Physician Assistant, Nurses, and Staff. All people are welcome to our clinics, regardless of gender identity, immigration status, income, race, religion, and sexual orientation. 

Call or text Tammy (Nurse) at 218-280-3894 for appointments or questions.


  • Contraceptives
  • Reproductive & Sexual Health Counseling
  • Gynecological & Breast exams
  • Cervical Cancer Screening
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) testing & treatment
  • HIV, Hepatitis C, Syphilis Screening
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Referrals
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health Education
Cost for Services 

Minnesota Family Planning Program Application - English

Minnesota Family Planning Program Application - Spanish

Contraceptive Methods
The following forms of contraception are available from Norman-Mahnomen Public Health;

  • Condoms
  • Contraceptive Pills
  • Contraceptive Patch
  • Depo-Provera Shot
  • Emergency Contraceptive Pill
  • Implant (Nexplanon)
  • Hormonal & Non-hormonal Intrauterine Devices (IUD)
  • Vaginal Ring

Method Information
Visit the Bedsider for more information regarding the above contraceptive methods listed above.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Education
Norman-Mahnomen Public Health offers testing for a variety of STI’s including;

When to Get Tested
The time it takes from infection to illness for each sexually transmitted infection (STI) is different. It could take days to several weeks. Most STI’s show no symptoms at all, which is why testing is so important.

You could be exposed to a STI by sexual contact or exchange of bodily fluids (blood, semen, or vaginal fluid). Condoms are very effective at preventing most STIs, if used accurately and during every sexual encounter. STI testing is recommended every 6 months if you are sexually active or when you have a new partner, because many times you don't have symptoms when you have an STI. 

If you think you have been exposed to an STI talk to your Health Care Provider to see if testing is recommended for you.

Current Minnesota STI statistics