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Teen Health Clinic in Lynn, MA

We understand that teenagers have unique health needs.

LCHC providers host a weekly Teen Health Clinic for those under 19. The clinic is every Thursday from 3:00-5:00 pm on the Pearl Team.

How to get care:

  • Walk in on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 pm on the Pearl Team
  • Make an appointment by calling 781-715-6217
  • If your school has a School-Based Health Center, you can ask the staff there to make an appointment for you

If you would like to speak to someone about your reproductive health during any other time of the week, please call 781-586-6505.

Teenagers have the right to confidential, affordable sexual and reproductive health care. All visits will be handled in a confidential and sensitive manner.

Key Services Include:

Primary Care:
  • Yearly physical exams
  • Sick visits
  • HIV/STI testing and treatment
Behavioral Health:

On-site behavioral health clinicians are available if you need someone to talk to. If needed, they will help you find someone you can talk to on a regular basis.

OB/GYN and Reproductive Health:
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Emergency contraception
  • Birth control
  • Other reproductive health issues and prevention
Visit School-Based Health CentersVisit Pediatrics Department


For Teens:
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Crisis Text Line
  • Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line provides support for any crisis.
  • A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from their secure online platform.
  • The goal of any conversation is to get you to a calm, safe place by providing a referral to further help, or just being there and listening. A conversation usually lasts anywhere from 15-45 minutes.
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The NAN Project
  • Provides a peer-to-peer model to open up the conversation concerning young adult mental health.
  • Peer Mentors tell their personal stories in a classroom setting and lead a discussion on mental health.
  • Provides the forum, tools, and resources needed to accept and address depression and suicidality.
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DBT Self Help
  • DBT is made up of many skills that help you regulate your emotions, improve your relationships and withstand times of distress without impulsivity.
  • DBT contains four modules: MindfulnessDistress ToleranceEmotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness.
  • Clients participate in individual as well as group therapy, each once a week. Group is where you learn new DBT skills while individual is more similar to talk therapy.
For Parents:
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Healthy Children Org
  • Parenting website backed by 67,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
  • Range of resources from general information related to child health to more specific guidance on parenting issues.
  • Information comes from the nation’s leading child health experts and that we have scientific research supporting our recommendations.
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Family Connections
  • Family Connections™ is a free, evidence-based, 12-class virtual course that meets for 2 hours and requires 1-2 hours of homework/practice weekly.
  • It provides education, skills training, and support for people who are supporting a sufferer of Borderline Personality Disorder> (BPD)/Emotion Dysregulation (ED) or BPD/ED traits.
  • Family Connections™ is based on research funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. Survey data from previous courses show that after completing the course, family members experience decreased feelings of depression, burden, and grief, and more feelings of empowerment.
Parent / Professional Advocacy League (PPAL)
  • Work focuses solely on the interests of families whose children have mental health needs.
  • Dedicated to improving the mental health and well being of children, youth and families through education, advocacy and partnership.
  • Provide support, build advocacy skills, share knowledge and help families connect with resources and services that work for them.  Supply the information families need to understand and participate in the systems serving their children.
For Professionals / Staff:
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Therapist Aid
  • Dedicated to helping mental health professionals improve their craft by providing free evidence-based education and therapy tools.
  • Resources and tools that are not only useful in theory, but in practice.
  • Contains: Worksheets; Interactives; Guides; Videos; Articles; Products
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MindWise Innovations
  • Shareable expert-driven content and resources that support the behavioral health of your organization.
  • Behavioral Health in the Workplace: PDFs, Articles, and Blogs.
  • Ways to help promote hope, resiliency, education, tips, and treatment information to your patients and organization.
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DBT Self Help
  • Resources to help your patients on their journey in building a life worth living.
  • Contains various organizations, websites, books, artists, podcasts, Instagram accounts, and more about DBT and beyond.
  • Websites for mental health care providers and treatment teams on how to implement and evaluate treatments in their practice setting.

You can request medical and behavioral health appointments in MyChart!

If you are having trouble with MyChart or are requesting a different kind of appointment, you can fill out this form and our Patient Ambassadors will contact you.

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