Teen/Youth Health & Wellness Clinics
Apotex Inc. is recalling one lot of Mirvala 28 as the blister pack may contain a placebo (green) pill in place of an active (white) pill.
What to do: If your package has a placebo (green) pill in Mirvala 28 in place of an active (white) pill, return it to your pharmacy for a replacement package. Do not miss an active pill or take a placebo in place of an active pill as this could result in a pregnancy and other side effects, including spotting and irregular bleeding. Talk to a health-care professional if you have questions or concerns about your birth control product, including about missed pills and back-up options.
Information related to this recall can be found on the Health Canada Website
Teen/Youth Health and Wellness Clinics
There are 11 clinics in the region addressing the unique questions and health concerns that today’s teens have. All clinics are drop-in for youth aged 12 to 25. No appointment is necessary. Services are free and confidential. Some school-based clinics have been relocated to primary health care clinics. Virtual appointments may be available.
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Beausejour Youth Health and Wellness Clinic
31-1st St. South
Thursdays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
École Powerview School Youth Health and Wellness Clinic
23 Vincent Ave.
Every second Wednesday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Lac du Bonnet Teen Clinic
89 McIntosh St E
Alternate Wednesdays 12-3 pm
Lac du Bonnet, MB
Lundar Teen Clinic
Lundar Primary Care Centre
97-1st St. South
Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oakbank Teen Clinic
Kin Place Primary Care Centre
689 Main St.,
Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Riverton Youth Health and Wellness Clinic
Contact Riverton Community Health
Clinic for an appointment:
68 Main St. N, Riverton, MB
Selkirk Youth Health and Wellness Clinic
Community Health Office
237 Manitoba Ave.
Thursdays, Noon to 6 p.m.
Stonewall Youth Health and Wellness Clinic
Stonewall Collegiate Institute
297 5th St. West
Every second Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Teulon Teen Clinic
3rd Ave. SE
Contact Teulon Medical Clinic for an appointment:
Wanipigow School Teen Clinic
Second Tuesday of each month
12:30 to 2:45 p.m.
Warren Collegiate Teen Clinic
119 McDonald Ave., Warren, MB
1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Call the school receptionist at
Whitemouth Youth Health & Wellness Clinic
Primary Care Health Centre
75 Hospital St.
Second Wednesday of the month
1 to 3 p.m.
Staff at the clinic may include:
- a nurse practitioner
- a public health nurse or connections to public health
- clerical support
- connections to mental health
- A PAP exam
- Information on reproductive health
- Prescriptions/refills for birth control (pills, Depo needle)
- Sexual advice and sexually transmitted infection testing
- Health information on topics such as addictions, mild infections, abusive relationships, healthy eating
- Pregnancy testing and counselling
- Plan B pill
- Harm reduction and safe supplies
- Treatment of minor illness and pain
- Referrals to mental health and other specialists
- A safe place to talk about stress, depression, relationships, LGBT2SQ+ and whatever else is on your mind!
We understand that some teens are hesitant to get help when they need it or too busy with after-school activities to get to the doctor. We want to make it as easy as possible for teens to get the help they need.
Is It confidential?
YES! Services are confidential. The only people that will know you use the clinic are the health-care providers.
One exception to the confidentiality policy:
When an individual is at risk of harm or abuse by themselves or someone else and requires protection.