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Today, 4 out of 5 Pennsylvanians receive financial assistance to reduce the cost of their monthly premiums. If you have a qualifying income ($16,243 for a single person, $33,465 or a family of four), PA’s HealthChoices program—also known as Medicaid or Medical Assistance—may be available to provide coverage at no cost.

It’s easy to sign up!  Schedule a FREE appointment with a Certified Application Counselor for help. Call 800.230.PLAN (7586) or click here to schedule an appointment

If you don’t have insurance in 2016, a fine of at least $695 per individual may apply – not to mention the out-of-pocket costs for care if you should become sick of get injured. Learn more by visiting our blog.

We've listed most of the plans we work with in PA for each of our 15 medical centers. 


Enroll in Pennsylvania’s new FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES PROGRAM. It’s available for PA residents - women, men and young people under 21!

It covers these Planned Parenthood services: 

  • family planning
  • birth control
  • Emergency Contraception
  • pregnancy testing
  • STD testing & treatment
  • HIV testing
  • cancer screenings
  • male services 

Download our info sheet to see if you qualify. Learn more or complete your application online by clicking here. Please note: Whether you complete the form online or on paper at your County Assistance Office and you are not interested in full medical assistance, it is important that you write FAMILY PLANNING COVERAGE ONLY in the Comments. 

If you're confused, never had insurance before & don't know what to expect, we're here to help!  Click here for more detailsEspanol?

Watch this 60 second video that explains what your options are as a Pennsylvania resident. 

Want more information?
The best resource available online to help you navigate the new healthcare law is Planned Parenthood Health Insurance Facts for Pennsylvanians. The website includes a cost calculator to help you find out the cost of coverage and a guide for how to use your new insurance. You may also want to visit Healthcare.gov, the federal government's one-stop shop for information on the new healthcare law.

PPKey provides high-quality, nonjudgmental, confidential health care to women, men and young people in 37 counties in the eastern half of Pennsylvania. We're here for you every step of the way. We'll keep you updated on how the new health insurance law can benefit you, and help you find the information you need to make the right choices for you and your family. Care. No matter what.