No-Cost and Low-Cost Birth Control

Minnesota women worried about the cost of birth control and other basic reproductive health care may be eligible for the following no-cost services:

  • Birth control methods 
  • Annual exams
  • Testing & treatment of STDs identified during a birth control visit
  • Family planning education
  • Emergency contraception

  You may be eligible if you are:

  • Between ages 15-50
  • A Minnesota resident
  • A U.S. citizen (or non-citizen eligible for federally funded programs)
  • Not pregnant
  • Not enrolled in Medical Assistance, MinnesotaCare, General Assistance Medical Care, or another state-funded program

 Eligibility Income Limits:



One person


2 people (you plus one)


3 people (you plus two)


4 people (you plus three)






Download a Funding Application

To receive no-cost birth control and other basic reproductive care, you will need to bring two things to enroll in the program: 

  • Proof of income – either a current pay stub or a letter from your employer
  • Proof of citizenship – a copy of your passport or a birth certificate AND photo ID

 If you aren’t eligible for no-cost services, care is provided on a sliding scale sensitive to one’s income. Also, Planned Parenthood accepts most forms of insurance and has payment options to meet your needs. 

Make an Appointment Online

Questions? Call 1.800.230.PLAN
to find a health center near you.


Low- and no-cost services are supported in part with funds provided by the Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Family Planning Program and the United States Department of Health and Human Services - Title X.

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