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Reduced or No-Cost
STD Testing and Other Services

Whether online or in-person, Planned Parenthood offers STD care - including at home testing kits. Financial help is available for STD testing and many other services offered at Planned Parenthood. Eligibility depends on things like income, household size, and programs available in your area.

If you have questions about funding or payment options, call 1-800-230-PLAN, we're here to help. 

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Concerned about cost?

Our highly trained staff can answer your questions about insurance coverage or help determine if you're eligible for reduced or no-cost care. 

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Minnesota

If you live in Minnesota, our MNsure-certified Navigators can help answer your questions, help you fill out an application, enroll in an affordable plan, and help with renewals. There is no fee for enrollment assistance. 

 

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Iowa

If you live in Iowa, our licensed Navigators can help answer your questions, help you fill out an application, enroll in an affordable plan, and help with renewals. There is no fee for enrollment assistance. 

 

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Open Enrollment

If you live in Nebraska, North Dakota, or South Dakota you can apply for coverage in the Marketplace during Open Enrollment which runs each year from November 1st - January 15th. Open enrollment has ended for 2022, but those eligible for Medicaid or have a qualifying life even can enroll at any time. 

 

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No-cost birth control

Many insurance plans cover birth control with no copay or deductible. If you don't have insurance, you may qualify for no-cost birth control and other services.

Thinking about getting tested?

Getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases and infections (STDs/STIs) is easier than ever either in-person or with at home STD testing kits. 

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.
  • if you think you've been exposed to HIV within the last 3-days, call to discuss PEP to prevent HIV infection.