Birth control refills.

Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota offers birth control refills by mail with free shipping, or you can pick up your prescription at your nearest Planned Parenthood clinic. By refilling your prescription at Planned Parenthood each month you support the work that we do every day to make sure everyone has access to expert, supportive sexual and reproductive health care, no matter what.

Request a refill by phone.

Call our refill line and leave a message with the following information:

  • Spell your last name, say first name, date of birth, phone number
  • To have birth control mailed (free shipping): Tell us your current mailing address.
  • For clinic pick-up: Tell us which Planned Parenthood clinic you'd like to pick up your birth control prescription  at and when you want to pick up your prescription.
Request a refill online.

Existing PPMNS patients can use their Planned Parenthood Patient Portal (P4) account to request a refill.

  1. Log in to ppmns.org/p4. (Don’t have a P4 account?  Here’s how to sign up.)
  2. Go to Mail Tab
  3. Write a message that includes your prescription number as well as the shipping address or Planned Parenthood clinic where you’d like to pick up.
Walk-in refills.

Birth control refills are available on a walk-in basis, but we encourage you to call or request your prescription ahead of time to reduce your wait while at the clinic.

How much does it cost to have refills shipped to me?

Planned Parenthood always offers free shipping for birth control refills. 

The cost of your prescription depends on your insurance plan. Most plans now offer birth control without co-pays or deductibles.  If you are uninsured or worried about the cost of co-pays or high deductibles, you may qualify for low-to no-cost services .

How long will it take to receive my refills in the mail?

You can expect to receive your birth control in the mail within 3-5 business days. If you need your prescription sooner, you can request to pick up your prescription in the clinic.

Refills are also available on a walk-in basis but we encourage you to call or request your prescription ahead of time to reduce your wait while at the clinic. 

I'm out of refills.  How can I get a new prescription?

When you run out of refills, it’s time to make an appointment at your nearest Planned Parenthood. We’ll review your medical history with you and if you’re due for one, we can do your annual checkup.

You can also get a new prescription for birth control without leaving your couch.  Try using our online services—no appointment necessary!

Do I need to be at home to receive the package?

You do not need to be home to sign for receiving your prescription package.  Your package will arrive with your regular mail and will be packaged in an unmarked shipping envelope.

What does the package look like?

Your privacy is a top concern for Planned Parenthood. The package will be in a plain shipping envelope. It will not say Planned Parenthood anywhere on the outside of the package.

How does refilling my prescription through Planned Parenthood help support the organization?

At Planned Parenthood, we are driven by the mission to make sure everyone has access to expert sexual and reproductive health care, no matter what.  By coming to us for care and getting your birth control prescription directly through Planned Parenthood each month, you help us fulfill our mission. The more people who use Planned Parenthood for services, the stronger we are as an organization, so we can continue providing leading-edge reproductive and sexual health care to even more people in our communities.

Call the refill line: 855.831.6346

Leave a message:

  • Spell your last name, say first name, date of birth, phone number
  • For having birth control mailed (free shipping): Current mailing address.
  • For clinic pick-up: Tell us which Planned Parenthood clinic you'd like to pick up your birth control prescription at and when you will pick up.
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Request a refill online.

Existing patients can use their Planned Parenthood Patient Portal (P4) account to request a refill.

  1. Log in to ppmns.org/p4. (Don’t have a P4 account?  Here’s how to sign up.)
  2. Go to Mail Tab
  3. Write a message including your prescription number and shipping address or the Planned Parenthood clinic where you’d like to pick up.
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Visit a clinic.

Birth control refills are also available on a walk-in basis, but we encourage you to request your prescription ahead of time to reduce your wait while at the clinic.

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