You did not include your age so I have
included information for young teens.
In most states, the answer to your question
would be yes. The federal law allows for women to seek services for family
planning and testing for sexually transmitted infections if they are 13 years
or older. In most states, the state law will follow the federal law.
The problem for young women is that if they do
not want their parents to know that they are sexually active, your insurance
will send home an explanation of benefits (EOB) that will tell the parent(s)
that their daughter was seen in the clinic but will not tell the parents what
the visit was for. The parent(s) may ask their child why they went to clinic
so, if there is not good communication between the adults and the child, things
could get messy!
You want to find a clinic that is youth
friendly. The website, Advocates for Youth, has lots of information about teen
rights and youth friendly services. The link is: https://www.advocatesforyouth.org/
Hope this helps!