Planned Parenthood Birth Control

Birth Control allows us to prevent pregnancy and plan the timing of pregnancy, and is something that people have used for thousands of years. Today, we have many safe and effective birth control methods available to us.

From abstinence to condoms, pills to IUDs, the morning-after pill (or emergency contraception) to a vasectomy, if you are seeking to avoid unplanned pregnancy, or even treat medical conditions such as endometriosis or acne, we can help you find the birth control method that’s right for you.

Our health centers offer the following methods of birth control – you can click on each item to find out more information about each method, or click here to find out which methods are available at the health center near you.

Birth control implants
Birth control pills
Birth control shots (Depo-Provera)
Birth control vaginal rings (NuvaRing)
Diaphragms
Condoms - free! 
Female condoms - free! 
IUDs (Liletta, Mirena, ParaGard and Skyla)
Vasectomies

Before receiving your birth control, some methods will require a pelvic exam, Pap test and/or breast exam. Some financial assistance is available for certain forms of birth control. And if you’re interested in a diaphragm, please be sure to mention that when scheduling your appointment.

Click here for comprehensive and accurate information about a number of birth control methods. Click here to schedule an appointment so that you can talk to one of our caring healthcare professionals about birth control.