The McKinley Health Resource Centers (HRC's) provide over-the-counter self-care supplies. All supplies are included as part of your health service fee, and are provided at no extra cost to you. You will need to present your student I-card before you can receive any items.You may pick up the following items twice per semester:Cold Care ProductsCold care medications are available to help alleviate your cold symptoms:decongestant to help with a stuffy nosecough medicine to help relieve chest congestionacetaminophen or ibuprofen (NOT BOTH) for your aches, pains, or feverHalls throat lozenges for your sore throatsore throat spraynasal decongestant spray -Pseudoephedrine in tablet form will continue to be available for use through clinician prescriptions only.Home Pregnancy Test KitThe home pregnancy test kit contains two tests.Yeast Infection Treatment KitThe kit contains yeast treatment materials. This product cures most vaginal yeast infections and relieves vulvar itching and irritation associated with a yeast infection.Wound Care PackThe wound care package contains an assortment of bandages, gauze and ointment, as well as instructions, to help you care for minor wounds.ALLERGY PackThe allergy pack contains both long-acting (non-sedating) and short-acting (possibly sedating) medications, tissues, and hand sanitizer to address common allergy symptoms like a runny nose and sneezing.You may pick up the following items every two weeks:Condom PackCondoms, sometimes called external condoms, are put onto a penis or sex toy to provide protection during oral, anal, and vaginal sex. There are five types of condoms, available for you to choose what’s right for you: two types of lubricated, non-lubricated, non-latex, and extra-large.Lubricant or Spermicidal GelLube helps to decrease friction during sex (all types of sex-oral, anal, vaginal, outercourse) which can help reduce condom breakage and increase pleasure. Spermicidal gel can help to decrease some friction like lube, but also contains a sperm-killing agent. The spermicidal gel provides some protect against pregnancy, no protection against STIs, so is most effective when used with a barrier method of birth control. Lube does not protect against pregnancy or STIs and should be used with a barrier method of birth control. Remember water-based and silicone-based lubes are safe to use with latex. You can only pick up one of these two products every two weeks.Latex BarriersLatex barriers, sometimes called dental dams, provide STI protection during oral stimulation (oral sex) of the vagina or anus. You can choose from a variety of flavor scented latex barriers.You may pick up the following items once per year:Sleep PackThe sleep pack includes a variety of items and resources to help improve your sleep routine. Such items include an eye mask, ear plugs, lavender wipes, tea etc. A replenish sleep pack is available once per year for when you run out of supplies. Main LocationsLocationHours of operationHealth Resource Centerat McKinley Health CenterInformation/HRC counter in the Main Lobby1109 South Lincoln AvenueUrbana, Illinois, 61801217-333-6000Monday - Friday9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Health Resource Centerat the Illini UnionIllini Union, Room 40, lower level1401 West Green StreetUrbana, Illinois 61801217-244-5994Monday - Friday8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.Saturday12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.Other Campus Locations LocationHours of operation Fall and Spring Semesters OnlyBruce Nesbitt African American Cultural Center1212 West NevadaUrbana, Illinois, 61801217-333-2092Wednesday11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Asian American Cultural Center1210 West NevadaUrbana, Illinois, 61801 217-333-9300Tuesday12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.mLa Casa Cultural Latina1203 West Nevada - library on 2nd floorUrbana, Illinois, 61801217-333-4950Monday5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.Thursday12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.Native American House1206 West Nevada - Main LobbyUrbana, Illinois, 61801217-265-0632Friday12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.