Police said in a release that the Chopras became acquainted with the victims through their 16-year-old daughter.Multiple electronic devices were seized via a search warrant, and police say it appears the couple solicited minors for sex in Jamestown and Hudsonville. The Chopras were charged Wednesday and released on bond."In Houston, for example, we've seen reported cases of trafficking in brothels, door to door sales crews, domestic work and in street-based commercial sex." This was the message emblazoned on billboard across the state as part of an anti- human trafficking and sex trafficking campaign kicked off in Houston last year. Shocking depth: "The depth and breadth of the different subtypes of human trafficking are shocking," said Bradley Myles, head of the Washington D. Slaves: "It is absolutely modern day slavery," said Shauna Dunlap, spokeswoman for the FBI's Houston Division.

(Please see "I'm under 18, will I have to pay for my visit? Or make an appointment online and cancel if needed!

") It's hard for me to schedule appointments that I know I'll be able to keep. I heard about a program where high school students get paid to talk to people at their school and at fairs and things about safe sex and reproductive health. It's called the Youth Health Promoters peer education program, and our peer educators get to do a lot more than that.

Copays are usually listed on the front of your insurance card, but if they aren't, you can call the customer service number on the back of the card to find out. If you have already gotten a birth control prescription from us and it's a type that we carry (most are), you can pick your birth control up at any of UHPP's health centers while they are open (types we don't carry can be filled at the pharmacy).

Copays have to be collected at the beginning of your appointment, unless you have signed up to have the Family Planning Benefit Program pay the cost for you. If you don't have a birth control prescription, you would need to come in for one of two different kinds of appointments either a birth control discussion, called a HOPE visit (Hormonal Options without a Pelvic Exam) or, if you want, a full gynecological exam and pap smear.

Where can I find health information, like about pregnancy, STIs/STDs (sexually transmitted infections, aka sexually transmitted diseases), birth control, and other stuff like that?

Visit the health info section of the national Planned Parenthood website, where you can find answers by category or by performing a search.

Click here to enter your zip code or state and receive a list of the health centers closest to you, along with contact information and available health services, directions, and the option to request an appointment at the health center online.

Click on a health center's name for further details on hours, special programs and walk-in clinics, and more.

UHPP encourages minors to include a parent or another responsible adult in decision-making regarding their sexual health and choices surrounding unintended pregnancies, but would never share your health information or even the fact that you are our patient with anyone without your explicit consent. Most uninsured minors, and many students over 18, can use our health centers for free, either by qualifying for a no-pay rate on our fee-scale or by signing up for a free health insurance program here in our office. Different insurance companies have different policies, but many send home an explanation of benefits (EOB) that list visit details.