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Low- to No-Cost STD Testing and Other Services

Financial assistance is available for STD testing and most other services offered at Planned Parenthood. Eligibility is determined by a variety of factors, like income and household size.

How does it work?

Sliding scale fees and financial assistance.

If you qualify for financial assistance, your cost of care may be adjusted based on your ability to pay. Our highly trained staff can help you find out if you're eligible.

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Payment options.

In addition to public and private insurance, we accept cash, checks, credit cards, Flex Spending Account (FSA) cards, and money orders.

Payment plans.

In some cases we may be able to work with you to arrange a payment plan for certain services.

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Thinking about getting tested?

Getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases and infections (STDs/STIs) is easier than ever. It's a good idea to get tested if you:

  • had a new sexual partner since your last test.
  • had unprotected sex.
  • think your partner may have an STD. 
  • are experiencing symptoms — but remember, STDs don't always cause symptoms.
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Should I get tested?

Do you need to get tested for STDs?

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Looking for no-cost birth control?

No insurance? You may be eligible for no-cost birth control services.

See if You Qualify
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Concerned about cost?

You can always speak to one of our financial experts. They can answer questions about insurance coverage, help you determine if you qualify for low- to no-cost care, help you find affordable insurance, and more.

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Sexual Health Care Specialists

Sexual Health Care Specialists

Our providers are among the best-trained and most experienced specialists in sexual health care. We provide straightforward, unbiased information in a supportive, nonjudgmental environment.