Women’s Health

Clinic Services for Women

Medical Services

  • Regular and annual exams
  • Gardasil H.P.V. vaccine
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Services for the following sexually transmitted infections (STIs):

- Chlamydia
- Gonorrhea
- HIV
- Syphilis
- Herpes
- Genital Warts
- HPV associated with abnormal pap results

  • Education on prevention of sexually
    transmitted infections and pregnancy

Contraceptive Methods

There are many options when it comes to   contraception and you are bound to find one that fits your lifestyle. Check out Association of Reproductive Health Professionals to compare methods and see how they stack up against each other.

Hormonal Methods

STI Prevention Methods

There are many options when it comes to  STI prevention, you are bound to find one that fits your lifestyle. Check out Association of Reproductive Health Professionalsto compare methods and see how they stack up against each other.

  • Abstinence
  • Condoms
  • Dental Dams are thin latex sheets designed as a barrier for use during oral sex involving contact with the vagina or the anus.
Free Birth Control & Services

 Minnesota Family Planning Program

Minnesota Family Planning Program (MFPP) is a healthcare program that covers family planning services and related supplies (i.e. birth control refills). If you live paycheck to paycheck, don’t have a job, or are a student, chances are high that you could receive family planning services at no cost to you!

Many services are covered in FULL!

  • Annual exam (pelvic, pap smear, blood pressure and other vital signs)
  • Testing and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) during exam
  • Birth Control
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Family Planning Education

You may qualify if you are:

  • Between 15 and 50 years of age
  • A Minnesota resident
  • U.S. citizen (or non-U.S. citizen eligible to participate in federally funded programs)
  • Not pregnant
  • Not enrolled in another state funded
    program
  • Earn no more than the weekly income
    limits (depending on family size)
  • Private health insurance does not affect your eligibility.

To enroll:

  • Bring proof of your income: paystubs within the last 30 days or a letter from your employer verifying weekly wages.
  • Bring proof of citizenship: copy of your birth certificate or passport AND a photo ID such as a driver’s license or student photo ID. Immigration documents are accepted in place of a birth certificate.

Learn more about the MN Family Planning Program, otherwise known as Title X funding.

 

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