In 2006, responding to high teen pregnancy rates and an unmet need for subsidized medical services in Longmont, Women’s Health opened Women’s Health at Longmont, a reproductive and sexual healthcare clinic for adults and teens in the Longmont community. As local experts in reproductive healthcare, family planning, and adolescent care, Women’s Health at Longmont provides high-quality care to all patients — whether privately insured, on Medicaid, or uninsured. Teens can receive free or low-cost confidential services and information.
In addition to the ongoing care we provide, from 2009 through June 2015, Women’s Health was one of 68 family planning clinics in Colorado, and the only one in Boulder County, to participate in a privately-funded statewide program, the Colorado Family Planning Initiative. Through CFPI, Women’s Health provided women and teens with long-acting reversible contraceptives, such as IUDs and implants, at little or no cost. Between 2009 and 2014, Boulder County’s birth rate for teens aged 15-19 decreased by 48%. Much of that decrease happened in Longmont, which represents 64% of Boulder County’s teen births.
- Annual Exams & Pap Tests
- Birth Control
- Breast & Cervical Cancer Screenings
- Decision Counseling for an Unintended Pregnancy
- Health Education & Outreach
- Men’s Health
- STI/STD Checks
- Teen Clinic/Youth Services
Community Health Education
Women’s Health is an approved provider of sexuality education for the St. Vrain Valley School District. Our Community Health Educators provide medically-accurate presentations on sexual health and prevention to middle and high school youth. We also provide information, support and resources to teachers, parents and guardians, and youth-serving agencies, including the Longmont Youth Center.
In addition, our SHAPE peer education program (Sexual Health & AIDS Awareness Peer Education) trains high school youth so that they can educate their peers through presentations, outreach events, and one-to-one interactions. Our SHAPE program includes 16 youth from throughout Boulder County, including youth from Longmont, Niwot and Frederick.
Phone: Call 303-442-5160 to make an appointment or to find out more information about our health services. You can call us 24-hours a day with medically urgent questions. During the hours we are not open, your call will be automatically forwarded to an answering service. When urgent, a clinician is available to respond to your needs.
This email is intended for non-confidential questions only. Please do not send private medical information to this email. If you are a patient and have questions about your personal medical situation, please call us or contact us through the secure Patient Portal. Log In or Sign up for the Patient Portal here.
Monday: 9 am–6 pm (Teens Only 2-6 pm)
Tuesday: 9 am–6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am–6 pm
Friday: 9 am–2 pm
Closed for lunch 1-2 pm Monday-Wednesday.
Women’s Health at Longmont
82 21st Ave, Suite C
Longmont, CO 80501
(off 21st Ave a few blocks east of Main St).
Directions: From 21st Ave, turn into driveway next to Tanglewood Condominiums and follow driveway all the way back. (See photo below and click to enlarge.)
Taking the bus to Women’s Health? Find Public Transportation options here.