COVID-19 Resources

Taking care of yourself means taking care of your sexual health, too.

Thrive partners across the state are working hard to adjust to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. We know your sexual and reproductive health care can't wait. We’re here with you, and we're doing everything we can to get you the services and information you need from our partners — whether by phone, video, online, or in person.

Many of our partner health centers are open and able to provide services, with precautions in place to protect the health and safety of the community and their staff. Some partners have had to reduce hours or suspend walk-in appointments. And some health centers have made the difficult decision to close during this time and refer individuals to other locations or health care providers. 

Health center hours and the services they provide will vary from normal, and may change as the COVID-19 pandemic develops. The best thing to do is call the partners listed below for the most up-to-date information on what’s available near you.

If you are a partner providing sexual health services and wish to be included on this page during the COVID-19 pandemic, please email to have your services added to our list. 


Diversity Center of Oklahoma

  • Clinician, pharmacy refills, and medical services available by appointment.
    • Call 405-356-0301.
  • Guiding Right HIV and STI testing available by appointment 
    • Call 405-601-7686
  • Counceling services available by appointment.
    • Call 405-604-5217

Oklahoma City-County Health Department

  • NE and Southern Oaks clinics are currently closed due to respond to COVID-19.
  • The West Clinic is offering full reproductive health and sexual health services.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

  • OKCIC is accepting new patients and is offering virtual visits to establish care.
  • Still providing pregnancy/OBGYN care to patients. 
  • In-person visits are available as needed for birth control (depo shot).
  • Existing patients can receive birth control refills through the drive-thru pharmacy.
    • Must call the clinic at 405-948-4900 in advance to get refills.

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health

  • Mental health is just as important as physical health when it comes to responding to COVID-19.

Oklahoma State Department of Health (Title X)

  • Still offering telehealth services.

Planned Parenthood

  • Seeing new and existing patients.
  • Reproductive health visits are available through telehealth and in-person.
    • Must call the clinic to schedule.​​​​​​

 Trust Women

  • The OKC location is not accepting new patients at this time. New patients will be referred to Variety Care.
  • Reproductive health visits are available through telehealth for existing patients.
  • Transgender care available through telehealth.
  • There are in-person clinic visits available for existing patients.
    • Must call the clinic to schedule.​​​​​​

 Variety Care

  • Seeing new and existing patients via telehealth and in-person
  • No restrictions on accepting new patients
  • Patients are able to receive refills on birth control through telehealth or in-person.
  • Birth control can be sent to a Variety Care pharmacy, most of which have a drive thru option
  • LARCs as well as STI testing and treatment are still available in person.
  • “Goodie Bags” (Teen Clinic Bags consisting of condoms, lube, health education materials) are available for teens at every VC location. Just ask for a goodie bag!
  • Emergency Contraception is still available at all VC pharmacies
  • Teens specifically can use the Teen Clinic 24/7 text line for help in making appointments, and getting sexual health questions answered.


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