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5 Things to Know About Planned Parenthood

1. Planned Parenthood is open!

There is a Planned Parenthood health center in your area!

2. Do you prefer receiving medical care virtually?

No problem! Make your appointment today by calling 1-800-230-PLAN or online at PPWI.org

3. Planned Parenthood offers birth control, STD testing and treatment, and many other sexual and reproductive health care services!

4. Do you want to receive your birth control methods by mail?

Save time and money with contraceptives at no cost with direct delivery.

You may be eligible to receive an entire year of contraception, delivered right to your door, at no cost to you through the Quarterly Contraceptive Kit (QCK) program. Quarterly birth control kits include birth control pills, patch or Nuva Ring, condoms, and emergency contraception delivered to you by mail.

 5. Planned Parenthood provides care at no cost to people who are enrolled in the BadgerCare or Family Planning Only Services (FPOS) program.

Not eligible for BadgerCare or FPOS?

Don't worry, we also accept most private insurance and self-pay patients. We work with self-pay patients to offer discounts to help make medical care affordable.


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