- Acute Care Medical Clinic
- Telehealth and In-person appts
- Primary care
- Family PACT
- Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC)
Medication Abortion (MAB) (SB 24 - College Student Right to Access Act) *
- Health Services clinical assistance and referrals (on and off campus)
- 24/7 After-hours advice line* (coming soon)
- Price ranges $50-$100 with resources available for students who need financial assistance
- Pregnancy testing
- PAP exam
Titanwell Health promotion services
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Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG)
- Readily Accessible Protection (RAP) Program
- RAP Condom Cart*
and 1-on-1 Consultations (call 657-278-2851 for an appointment)
- Pregnancy options consultations*
- STI prevention education
- Barrier/contraceptive options
- Hygiene demonstrations
- Sexual and relationship communication skills
Sexual violence prevention and advocacy services
- Confidential resource for students/faculty/staff that have been impacted by sexual assault, dating/relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and related experiences
- Advocacy services include: safety planning; supportive measure requests; information & accompaniment to Title IX, UPD/local police, admin appointments, medical appointments, and legal/court processes
- Sexual violence prevention education provides workshops, presentations, programming for the CSUF community
Medication abortion (Mab) information
Accessing MAB at Health Services
Steps 1 & 2: Concerned about a pregnancy?
- Contact Health Services to make a same day appointment and take a no-cost pregnancy test.
Steps 3 & 4: Confirm Pregnancy.
- If the test shows you’re not pregnant, you can discuss birth control/contraception options with a TitanWell Health Educator by calling 657-278-2851.
- If the test confirms you are pregnant, you can discuss all pregnancy options with a clinical provider.
Step 5: A discussion with clinical provider will occur. Use a pregnancy due date calculator to determine how far along you are in your pregnancy.
- If the pregnancy is less than 10 weeks/70 days, MAB appointment scheduled with a clinical provider.
- If the pregnancy is 71 days or more, clinical provider will discuss off-campus referrals.
Step 6: If MAB is chosen, the clinical provider will explain medication steps.
Step 7: A referral to CAPS offered, if needed.
Step 8: Clinical staff will follow up with you to see how you’re doing. A follow-up appointment will be scheduled 1-2 weeks after you take the medication to confirm it was successful.
Medication Abortion (MAB) Frequently Asked Questions