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We're Here With You 

In these uncertain times, we're doing everything we can to make your life easier and get you the information and care you need. That’s why we’ve expanded our online care options. Whether we provide services online, by phone, in person, or by chat/text – we’re here with you.

Call 1-800-230-PLAN (7526) to schedule an online visit with one of our providers.

Online Health Care Services

You can have an online visit with one of our providers for a wide range of services, including:

  • Birth control
  • IUD and birth control implant consultation
  • UTI screening and treatment
  • STD and STI  consultation and treatment
  • PrEP  and PEP (for HIV prevention) consultation
  • Transgender Hormone Therapy
  • Vaginitis care

To schedule your appointment for online care, please call us at 1.800.230.PLAN (7526).

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Birth Control Refills by Mail

We strongly advise that patients use our birth control by mail option. Shipping is free and takes between 3-5 days. Using this service helps limit in-person interactions at our health centers.

Refill Birth Control

Patient Portal

Patients can use their Patient Portal account to message health center staff, request a refill by mail, view test results and medical records, or pay a bill.

Visit Patient Portal

Need Help? Chat Now.

Chat online or text "PPNOW" to 774636 (PPINFO) to get answers about pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, STDs, and abortion. 

Standard message and data rates may apply. Text STOP to quit at anytime, and HELP for info.

Health Care Services

Planned Parenthood providers are among the best-trained and most experienced in sexual and reproductive health.

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Insurance and Payment

We're in-network for most insurance plans and offer low- to no-cost options for those who qualify.

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No-Cost Birth Control

Minnesota patients who don't have insurance may qualify for no-cost birth control and other services through a Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) program called the Minnesota Family Planning Program (MFPP).

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