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Your time is as important to us as it is to you. That’s why we came up with a new way to make getting birth control pills even more convenient. Call us at 1-800-230-PLAN to learn more.

With Pills Now, Pay Later, you can come into one of our health centers for a quick visit and leave with up to a year’s worth of birth control pills, paying for one pack that day. We will charge your credit card, debit card, or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) card for you on a monthly basis until your prescription runs out. You’ll be charged the same flat rate each month -- with no extra fees or increases.

No waiting. No worrying.  Why not? 
Pills Now, Pay Later.

Stop by one of our convenient Planned Parenthood health centers or call us at 1-800-230-PLAN and speak to our staff about how you can participate in Pills Now, Pay Later.


How does Pills Now, Pay Later work?

New to birth control?

Come in to one of our health centers for a visit with a clinician. You’ll discuss your medical and birth control history to help you determine which method best fits you and your lifestyle.

If you choose the birth control pill, and enroll in Pills Now, Pay Later, you’ll walk out of our health center with up to one year’s worth of pills. That day you will pay for one pack of pills and a separate visit fee. It’s that easy!

To learn more about birth control pills, click here.


Already taking birth control pills?

No need to wait for a new prescription. Whatever number of packs of pills remain on your current prescription, you can take that number of packs home with you! You'll save time and convenience, and avoid any interruptions in your cycle.

Call us today at 1-800-230-PLAN to make your appointment.
No waiting, no worrying.
Pills Now. Pay Later.




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