About the Family Planning Program
The Family Planning program offers accessible, comprehensive women’s health services. The objective of the program is to reduce the incidence of unplanned, unintended pregnancies by providing voluntary, comprehensive family planning services. In addition, concentration is focused upon continually improving the quality of reproductive health care services for identified client need such as pregnancy, early prenatal care, human services, genetic counseling, and any other client need. Comprehensive reproductive health includes client education, community education and outreach, social services and referral, health history and physical assessment, PAP screenings, laboratory testing, all approved methods of contraception, sexually transmitted disease assessment and treatment or referral, infertility level 1 services, pregnancy diagnosis, and non-directional all options counseling. In addition, anonymous HIV screenings, education, and counseling are provided at the clinics. All services rendered are kept confidential. Family Planning services are based on a sliding fee scale and no one is denied service due to inability to pay.
There are no income restrictions. Services are based on a sliding fee scale and Medicaid is accepted.