Indiana University & Bloomington Sexual Health Resources

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault Crisis Services
(812) 855-5711 for appt.
(812) 855-8900 24 hr emergency hotline
IU Health Center
600 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
SACS offers individual counseling for survivors of sexual assault, weekly group counseling (separate for men and women), and a 24 hour hotline for sexual assault crises.

Middleway House, Inc
(812) 336-0846 24hr crisis line
PO Box 95
Bloomington, IN 47402
Middleway offers shelter & counseling support to those in abusive situations, a 24 hour crisis line, legal advocacy & more.

IU Health Center
600 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
RAISE provides educational programming on issues around sexual assault and communication in relationships and across genders.


Indiana University Health Center
(812) 855-4011
600 N. Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
The IU Medical Clinic offers confidential (not anonymous) HIV testing in addition to testing for other STIs are also available (price varies per test).

Planned Parenthood
(812) 336-0219
421 South College
Bloomington, Indiana 47403-1592
Offers a wide range of services for men and women including: pap tests, sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment, confidential HIV testing, and more.

Monroe County Health Department – Futures Family Planning Clinic
338 S. Walnut St.
Offers family planning and sexual health needs for adolescents, men, and women. Affordable services available on a sliding fee schedule.

(812) 353-9150 or 313-4645
333 E. Miller Drive
Bloomington, IN 47401-6557
POSITIVE LINK provides confidential & anonymous HIV testing via an oral swab (no needles!) for a donation-only basis. Results back in 20 minutes. They also offer a wide range of support services for those who do test positive. Please call for further information.

H.I.V. Positive Support Group
at Bloomington Hospital
call 812-353-3241 for more information

The Bellflower Clinic
1101 West Tenth Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Offers (very affordable) STI testing. Call for an appointment.

People’s Teen Health Center
2340 West Tenth Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260
317-633-7360 ext. 153
Offers healthcare services (including STI testing, pregnancy testing, pap test & more) for men and women through age 21.

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender

LGBTQ+ Culture Center (Formerly GLBT Student Services)
(812) 855-4252
705 East 7th Street, IUB
Offers peer counseling, a lending library, a list of community resources and a GLBT anti-harassment team.

Contraception and Pregnancy

Women’s Clinic – IU Health Center
(812) 855-7688
600 N. Jordan Ave.

Planned Parenthood
(812) 336-0219
421 South College
Bloomington, Indiana 47403-1592

Crisis Pregnancy Center
24-hour help line: 812-334-0055
Agency that promotes pro-life options only – does not include pregnancy termination referrals.

For private Gynecologists in the area, go to:


American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (ASSECT)
Use the above website to find private sex therapists and counselors in Indiana.

Counseling and Psychological Services
(812) 855-5711
600 N. Jordan

Center for Human Growth
(812) 856-8302
201 N. Rose Ave, Room 0001

Sexual Health and Wellness Education

Kinsey Confidential
Educational programming available for residence halls, Greek organizations, and classes.

IU Health and Wellness Education
(812)855-7688 for appt. scheduling
(812)855-7338 for confidential consultation
600 N. Jordan

Center for Sexual Health Promotion
1025 E. 7th Street
HPER 116
The center is a collaborative of sexual health scholars who work toward advancing the field of sexual health through research, education, and training initiatives. It is dedicated to the active engagement of graduate students in our work and view this as essential to growing the next generation of sexual health scholars and practitioners.

Campus Coalition for Sexual Literacy
This campus organization works to build student and faculty networks that raise the visibility of sexuality research on campus, provide spaces for ideas exchange, and include traditionally excluded students, researchers and disciplines.

Sexuality Related Classes

Many classes are available that address sexually related concepts. These change each semester. For up-to-date listings of graduate AND undergraduate classes see either individual departments or

  • Check out the Kinsey Confidential sex Q&A column on Wednesdays in the Indiana Daily Student newspaper
  • Schedule a tour of The Kinsey Institute by emailing
    or calling 855-7686
  • Sexuality education programming is available to resident hall assistants, the Greek community and other campus organizations. Email for more information.