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Emergency Contraception (Morning-After Pill, and more!)

Next Choice is available over-the-counter if you're 17 or older, male or female. Bring your ID (driver's license, school ID, passport) to Planned Parenthood and get your EC. If you're under 17, you can still get Next Choice with a prescription from PPSFL, no appointment necessary. All women need a prescriptions for ella. Plan B, another brand of EC is available to anyone of any age at pharmacies. You can also get an IUD for emergency contraception, and be protected against pregnancy for up to 12 years! See this helpful guide about choosing the right emergency contraception for you. Get EC for now, get EC for the future - having EC before you need it means you won't have to wait or make a visit to the health center after unprotected sex. Some types of EC are more effective the sooner you take them, so be prepared - get your EC today.


We Now Offer Transgender Hormone Therapy & Preventive Health Services!

We serve transgender people, genderqueer people, and people at various places on the spectrum of gender identity and expression. We are committed to improving the way transgender and genderqueer people receive health care in our region. We proudly work with our transgender community to lead the way in eliminating barriers to care. Planned Parenthood provides support and sensitive care, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, age, religion, or socio-economic status. For hormone therapy, set up an initial phone intake appointment with a provider by calling 607.273.1513, and tell the receptionist you would like a "consultation for transgender hormones." Then, you'll get a call back from one of our health care providers. Learn more about the process and cost/payment of transgender hormone therapy and find transgender resources here.


New Recommended Screening Schedule & Birth Control Without An Exam

PPSFL no longer requires pelvic exams to begin or continue birth control. We strongly advise that you continue to visit the health center for regular Women's Health Checks. However, the timing of these visits has recently changed based on new medical recommendations.

Talk with your clinician to determine when to make your next appointment. Your visit schedule will be based on your age, health history, and other factors that could affect your health.


HIV Rapid Testing

Get yourself tested! Call for your appointment or request an appointment online. You'll get tested and get your results from a counselor in one visit.