Healthy Teens and Young Adults Clinic (HTYA) The Healthy Teens and Young Adults' (HTYA) mission is to reduce unintended pregnancies and to improve pregnancy outcomes by providing reproductive health services to young women and men 10 - 24 years of age.
Healthy Teens and Young Adults Clinic The Healthy Teens and Young Adults clinic provides specialized medical services to individuals 10-24 years of age, including reproductive health, family planning, health education services, and mental health screening and referral.
YouthWorks 2019 program offered 8,600 Baltimore City youth and young adults YouthWorks summer jobs with nearly 650 worksites across the region. This continues Baltimore City's success as being one of the largest summer jobs program, per capita, in the nation.
Older teens and young adults, ages 18-24, who are out-of-school and unemployed can connect with academic classes, GED prep, job training, and other services through YO Baltimore. At the city’s two YO Centers – one in West Baltimore and one in East Baltimore – young people can build on their skills and strengths to get back on track.
Health Clinics & Services. The Baltimore City Health Department offers and oversees services for: sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and infant health, immunizations, asthma, senior care, cancer screening, and lead poisoning prevention services, among others.