Family PACT (Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment)
We believe that all people should be able to plan when and if they want to have children. That’s why we offer Family PACT. This program helps people get the care and facts they need to plan their families and stay healthy. Sign up at any of our nine health centers.
What is Family PACT?
Family PACT offers free, complete family planning services to people who qualify. It lets them decide the number, timing, and spacing of their children.
Can I use Family PACT?
Family PACT is open to women and men of all ages. To qualify, all these items must be true:
- You want to prevent an unplanned pregnancy.
- You live in California.
- You have a low income for your family size (at or below twice the federal poverty level).
- You don’t have health insurance. Or you have health insurance that can’t be used for family planning because:
- It doesn’t cover any birth control.
- You can’t afford the out-of-pocket costs.
- You are concerned that someone may find out about your family planning visit.
It’s OK if you don’t have papers.
What services does Family PACT offer?
If you qualify for Family PACT, you can get all the services approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) for free.
- Birth control counseling and methods
- Birth control pills
- Sterilization- Blocking the tubes that sperm and eggs pass through
- Condoms for men and women
- IUD (intrauterine device)
- Cervical cancer screening
- Emergency birth control
- HIV testing and counseling
- STI (sexually transmitted infection) prevention, screening, and treatment
How do I sign up?
To sign up for Family PACT, visit your local Planned Parenthood health center. Fill out the form. It takes just a few minutes. If you qualify, we will give you a card called the HAP (Health Access Programs) card. The HAP care looks like this:
We will update the facts about you at the start of each visit. This tells us if you still qualify. After 1 year, you will need to sign up for the program again.
To learn more about FamilyPACT, visit FamilyPACT.org