Free birth control?
You might qualify..
Just tell us a little about you. (Nothing too private.)
Where do you live?

Free birth control eligibility is different in every state, county, and city.

Try this.

It looks like you don't qualify for free birth control in, but you can still pay less for it.

Call a local health center and ask about their cost-saving programs. They'll help you save money on birth control.

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Got health insurance?
Insurance will usually pay for some or all of your birth control.
I have private health insurance.
Good News!

Many health insurance plans are now required to cover birth control with no co-pay..

Are you being denied? Need help?

Call 1-866-PILL4US for more information.


If you don't know what kind of insurance you have

Call a local health center. They'll help you determine if you qualify.

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Who lives with you?
Let's start with adults. (We'll count kids next.)
Do you live with a partner or spouse?
Any little ones?
How many kids do you have? If you're pregnant, count that baby too.
What's your income?
If your annual income isor less, chances are good you qualify for free birth control.
Next steps.

Since you make more than a year, you might not qualify for free birth control.

But there are other cost-saving programs you may qualify for! Call one of these local health centers to see which ones are available to you.

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If you don't want to tell us your salary, you can still look into cheaper birth control options.

Call a local health center. They'll help you determine if you qualify.

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You probably qualify for free birth control. Here's what to do next:

  1. Find a health center near you.
  2. Make an appointment to get birth control.
  3. Ask them about free birth control options.
  4. Decide which method is best for you.