Family Planning Program (Title X)


The Family Planning Program provides affordable, federally funded Title X family planning services including: contraceptives; contraceptive and reproductive health counseling; Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) education; blood pressure check; physical exams; cervical cancer screenings; pregnancy testing; clinical breast exams; HIV counseling, testing, and referral services; and comprehensive health risk assessment and referral services to culturally diverse, low-income women and men, including adolescents.

2012 Accomplishments and Milestones

  • Increased the percentage of family planning users by 8.8%.
  • Increased the number of HIV tests provided to family planning users by 11.8%.
  • Developed a statewide strategic plan to improve preconception health through public health initiatives, comprehensive health policies, healthcare practices and promotion, and consumer awareness.

What We Do

The Title X Family Planning Program provides high-quality care, services, education and counseling to women, men and teens. If a person has health insurance, their health plan is charged for the services provided. When a person does not have health insurance, the cost for services and supplies is figured on a sliding fee scale, based on income. No one is denied services. Some of the services that we offer:

  • Education and counseling about birth control methods
  • Birth control for you and your partner Pregnancy testing
  • Confidential HIV counseling, testing and referral services
  • Physical exams Pap smears
  • Breast exams
  • Infertility information and referrals
  • Some lab testing
  • Referrals to specialized care when necessary