The mission of Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MSAHC) is to break down racial, social, and economic barriers to health care for young people. They do this by providing vital services that are high-quality, comprehensive, integrated, confidential, and at no cost—for all who come to the Center.

They provide youth-specific services for ages 10–26, including annual comprehensive physical examinations, sexual and reproductive health, and other services. The Center’s services are designed to promote equity within the frameworks of racial, social, economic, sexual, and reproductive justice.

With UNFCU Foundation’s support, MSAHC will provide integrated medical, sexual and reproductive health, and behavioral and mental health services utilizing a wellness and preventative approach. They will provide these much-needed services to adolescent girls between the ages of 10 and 26. Their services will include a myriad of different high-quality, comprehensive, and integrated youth-specific services.

Learn more about MSAHC.