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What is BlueMail?
BlueMail by Planned Parenthood of Northern New England is a program where your birth control medications and supplies are mailed to you. Hands down, it's the simplest way to ensure you are ready for whatever life throws at you.
Who can enroll in BlueMail?
Patients living in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont who will pay out of pocket or bill Medicaid for their medications are eligible. (Patients billing private insurance are not eligible for the program).
What does it cost?
Processing and shipping for this service is FREE! You will only be billed for the cost of your birth control supplies Please note: our birth control prices are subject to change.
When will my supplies be mailed?
BlueMail will send you a 3 month supply of your birth control every 10 weeks (8 weeks for patients using pills on a continuous cycle) until your prescription has expired. The Depo Shot (used subcutaneously) will be sent every 10 weeks. A note will be included in each shipment to let you know when to expect your next shipment.
I have confidentiality concerns. Does the packaging say Planned Parenthood or "birth control" on it?
Nope! Shipments do not say Planned Parenthood or mention the contents on the packaging. Our shipments are discreet and arrive in a brown envelope. It lists BlueMail and our return address - that's it!
Which types of birth control are offered through BlueMail?
At this time, we are able to ship birth control pills, the ring (NuvaRing), and the shot Depo-Provera for subcutaneous use.
How can I start?
8 Middle Street
Keene, NH 03431
You will need to purchase enough supplies from your health center to last three months so if you need more supplies, please call your health center. Your first shipment will be sent 8 to 10 weeks from when you enroll in BlueMail.
What happens at the end of my prescription?
BlueMail will include a note with your final shipment to remind you to schedule your next health center visit to renew your birth control prescription.
Please call or email about BlueMail department with any questions:
Open Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Terms & Conditions:
Contraceptive and other products available through BlueMail are subject to change at PPNNE’s discretion. BlueMail will ship the maximum cycles of your birth control method as possible. This is dependent on inventory. A note will be included in your final shipment reminding you that it is time to schedule your annual appointment at your health center. At your appointment you may re-enroll in BlueMail.
Any patient who has applied for any Medicaid Expansion Programs, including VT Access Plan, New Hampshire Family Planning Program, and MaineCare Limited Family Planning Benefit, and is not fully enrolled by the time of their BlueMail shipment will be processed as Self-Pay. This can result in BlueMail charging their credit/debit card for their contraceptives after any PPNNE discounts have been applied.
BlueMail can only ship to addresses within Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Any shipping address outside of our shipping area is not eligible for BlueMail and may result in your shipment being placed on hold or cancelled. Due to pharmaceutical dispensing regulations patients with a shipping address in a different state than their prescribing health center are not eligible for BlueMail.
PPNNE requires all BlueMail enrollees who do not receive fully discounted rate, including those with pharmaceutical insurance, to provide a valid credit/debit card for the cost of your contraception. This includes remaining balances after any PPNNE discounts. Credit/Debit cards that are invalid, expired, or declined may result in your BlueMail shipments being cancelled or placed on hold. BlueMail does not charge for shipping or handling.
Allow for 7 business days for the BlueMail Department to process cancellation requests, address changes, and reinstatements. Failure to notify BlueMail of any changes may result in late shipments and/or denial of refund requests for late cancellation requests or for shipments sent to incorrect addresses.