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Discounts & Payment Plans

No insurance? High deductible? We're here to make sure you get expert health care, no matter what. We offer a variety of payment options to make your visit to Planned Parenthood more affordable. 

Does Planned Parenthood provide "free" health care?

In 2019, Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawaiʻi, Indiana, Kentucky was forced out of Title X, a federal program that provides birth control to people with low incomes. This has impacted our ability to provide care at no cost to patients without health insurance.  While we expect the Biden administration to make changes to Title X that would allow us back into the program, we're currently offering a variety of payment options to make your visit to Planned Parenthood more affordable. 

Can I still get care at Planned Parenthood?

Our doors are open. We’re working to make sure that all our patients can still get the health care they need. We encourage you to use your health insurance or Medicaid if you’re eligible.

  • Learn about your health insurance options at healthcare.gov.
  • Learn about discounted services and payment plans for self-pay patients below. 

Prompt-Pay Discount

If you don’t have private insurance and you don’t qualify for Medicaid, you’ll need to pay out-of-pocket for your health care. We accept all major credit and debit cards, check, and cash. 

For our patients in Alaska, Hawai'i, Idaho, Indiana, and Kentucky we’re able to offer an immediate 40% discount on the cost of your office visit if you pay in full at the end of your appointment. Additionally, IUD and birth control implant insertions and removals and removals are discounted. We are not able to offer discounted rates on our lab fees, drawing fees, injection fees, abortion care, and medications. 

Payment Plans

It can be helpful to pay off your balance over several months. Partial payment is required at your initial visit. Monthly installments are automatically paid from your choice of checking/savings account or debit/credit card. 

  • You'll have up to 6 months to pay off your balance. Your minimum monthly payments must be at least $20.
  • No interest* is charged on the balance of your account.  There are no convenience fees or pre-payment penalties if you pay off your balance early. 
  • All of your transactions will be encrypted and protected.
  • Monthly payment plans cover all regular exams, lab tests, birth control methods, and STD testing and treatment services**.

*Interest charges only apply if you have other charges on your credit or debit card from sources than Planned Parenthood.
**Full payment is required for vasectomy and abortion services. 

State and Local Programs


Ladies First

Ladies First is Alaska's program that pays for clinical breast exams, pelvic exams, Pap tests, and screening and diagnostic mammograms depending upon your age and medical history.

Learn More

Family Planning Only

Family Planning Only is a program that provides free birth control to people in Washington state who do not have insurance or whose coverage does not include birth control.

Family Planning Only

Denali KidCare

Denali KidCare is an Alaska program that provides health insurance for teens and pregnant people who meet income guidelines. Visit Denali KidCare for more information or to download the application forms.

Denali KidCare

What if I don’t have money or insurance to pay for health care? 

If you don’t have the money to pay for your health care, you can apply for financial assistance at our health centers during your appointment. Unfortunately, our ability to provide financial assistance is limited. We cannot guarantee you will qualify. To help us determine your financial assistance, we'll need information about:

  • Your household size. For example, family members who are related to you by birth, marriage, or adoption and who live together.
  • Your income.  For example, paystubs, bank statements, forms related to unemployment compensation, or a written signed statement describing your financial situation and income.


We're here to help.

Our health center staff can answer your questions during your appointment or call our patient access center at 1-800-230-7526.