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Gender affirming care appointments must be made by phone. 

For telehealth and urgent services, please schedule an appointment by clicking here or you can call us at 410-576-1414. 

To get Refills on your birth control:

Call 410-576-1414 and select option 5 during our business hours. One of our Client Services Associates will help you with the process of obtaining your birth control refills.

To get Emergency Contraception (EC):

Emergency Contraception (called Plan B) is available to anyone 18 or older without a prescription. If you are age 18 or older and have a valid drivers license, military ID, or passport, you can get EC by walking in to any Planned Parenthood of Maryland Health Center.* There are no forms to fill out, no visit, and no prescription. You just show your ID, buy the EC, and go! The cost is $25.

If you are 17 or younger, or you are uninsured and want to be considered for our reduced fee scale, call or go to the Health Center nearest to you for an EC Visit.

*Please note that we are not accepting any walk-ins during the pandemic. Please call 410-576-1414 before arriving. 

Payment plans are available for those who cannot pay entirely on the day of service. 

The June Coleman Fund is available for women seeking abortion services with a household income less than 250% of the Federal Poverty Index, but not on a Maryland Medicaid plan.

We accept Insurance and Medicaid

For a list of the insurance plans that we accept, click here.  Photo ID is required to use an insurance or Medicaid card.  

For the Uninsured, a sliding fee scale:
Bring proof of household income to be considered for a reduced fee on some services. Click here for a list of what to bring as Proof of Household Income. 

Make a payment online:
Patients can conveniently make payments on-line by creating a Healthcare Payments Account or checking out as a guest. Make your online payment here.


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