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

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

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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.
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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.

Hmmm.

If you don't know what kind of insurance you have, 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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Who lives with you?
Let's start with adults. (We'll count kids next.)
Do you live with a partner or spouse?
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Any little ones?
How many kids do you have? If you're pregnant, count that baby too.
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What's your income?
If your annual income is or less, chances are good you qualify for free birth control.
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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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Hmmm.

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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Hurray!

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.