Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment
We believe that family planning services should be available to everyone, regardless of income or personal circumstances. That’s why we offer Family PACT for eligible patients. It helps low income and undocumented individuals get the care and education they need to prevent an unplanned pregnancy and protect their reproductive health.
Simply sign up at any of our nine health centers.
What is Family PACT?
The Family PACT (Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment) program provides free, comprehensive family planning services to eligible low income men and women. It gives people the opportunity to decide for themselves the number, timing, and spacing of their children. All Family PACT services are available at no-cost when enrolled.
Who is eligible?
Women and men of all ages who:
- Want to prevent an unplanned pregnancy;
- Live in California;
- Have a low-income for your family size, at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines; and
- Do not have health insurance – or have health insurance that cannot be used for family planning (because
- (1) it doesn’t cover any contraceptives;
- (2) you cannot afford the annual deductible; or
- (3) you are concerned that someone may find out about your family planning appointment).
What services are provided?
If you qualify for Family PACT, all FDA-approved methods are no cost:
- Birth control counseling and methods
- IUDs and Implants
- Shot, Ring, and Patch
- Birth control pills
- Condoms for men and women
- Sterilization and Vasectomy
- Emergency contraceptive pills
- Prevention, screening, and treatment of most sexually transmitted infections
- HIV testing and counseling
- Cervical cancer screening
How do I sign up?
Simply visit your local Planned Parenthood health center and fill out the application form. Eligibility only takes a few minutes and you will receive a teal/blue HAP (Health Access Programs) card.
Your eligibility is good for one year, though you will be asked for any updates to your current information at the beginning of every appointment to make sure you still qualify for Family PACT services. After one year, your HAP card will need to be recertified.
To learn more about FamilyPACT, visit FamilyPACT.org
To schedule an appointment, please call:
Have a question?
Get your sexual/reproductive health questions answered by a certified Health Educator.
Call toll-free: 877.4ME.2ASK
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