WE'RE OPEN TO ALL YOUR QUESTIONS
We provide a wide range of family planning and sexual health services, for both men and women.
Yes, we are very pleased to now offer the HPV vaccine (Gardasil) at all of our locations. This breakthrough preventative measure will protect against not only cervical cancer but also genital warts. You can obtain the vaccine at any of our clinics. You will need to call for an appointment.
Our larger clinics are open Monday through Friday, as well as some evenings and Saturdays, depending on the clinic location. In smaller communities, our clinics are usually open one to two days per week. Check out our list of health centers to get the specific hours for the clinic nearest you. We suggest you call to make sure we are open if you are seeking walk-in services.
We can often schedule an appointment for you on the same day you call. We also have walk-in services at all of our clinics. Call the health centers that’s most convenient for you for more information.
In order to make sure the birth control method you choose is safe for you, we need to review your medical history and also check your blood pressure before any hormonal method of birth control can be prescribed.
No, you do not need to have a pelvic exam or Pap test to get birth control at our clinics.* We do recommend, though, that every woman have an exam every year to check for sexually transmitted infections and also a Pap test as a cancer screen.
*The only exceptions are our Grants Pass and Medford clinics, which require a pelvic exam within six months of starting birth control due to their participation in the Federal Title X funding program.
In Oregon, minors can receive contraceptives, infection testing and treatment, and HIV testing and treatment without the consent of their parents. All of our services are completely confidential.
Yes. We offer pregnancy testing at all of our health centers. The cost is typically $15, but some clients may qualify for a free test.
We have trained staff who can give objective information and the support necessary for you to make your personal and private decision. This service is confidential and free of charge. Please call your nearest health center if you need assistance.
Yes. Planned Parenthood offers services for men including screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and counseling and testing for HIV. We also offer condoms and information about vasectomies.
Planned Parenthood is committed to providing high quality healthcare at affordable prices. The cost of your visit will depend on the services you require. Because our Medford and Grants Pass clinics have Federal Title X funding, they both offer a sliding scale for payment, and in our Eugene, Springfield and Eugene Express (West Eugene) clinics, we have special pricing for teens. Many clients qualify for free contraceptive services and supplies under the Oregon Family Planning Expansion Project. We also take private insurance.
Anyone with an Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid card can come to Planned Parenthood for the full range of family planning services.
If you wish to see if you qualify for free services under the Family Planning Expansion Project, you will need to bring in both proof of citizenship and a photo ID. A passport can satisfy both requirements, but more commonly clients bring in a driver's license and birth certificate. We also will need your Social Security number, although we do not need to see the card.
Please note: the photo ID requirement applies only if you are seeking to qualify for free services. If you have private insurance or are paying out of pocket, no photo ID is needed.