Reproductive Health Services

Ask yourself...

  • “What ARE my plans for the future?”
  • "Where do I want my life to be headed?”
  • “Am I at a point in my life where I am okay with being pregnant and having children?”  
  • “Do I want to have children?”
  • “If so, how many?  How close together do I want to have more than one child?”
  • “How old do I want to be when I want to have children?”
  • “If I don’t want children, what do I want to do to prevent becoming pregnant?”
  • “What will I do if I’m pregnant when I’m not ready to be pregnant?”
  • “Do I have health problems that I want to discuss with my doctor/healthcare  provider before I try to have children?”

Having a life reproductive plan in place is important in achieving your goals.  We can help you make your plans a reality by providing health services to help you be the healthiest person you can be.


Services Provided

  • Sexually-transmitted infection (STI) testing and counseling
  • Contraceptive supplies and counseling:  Depo Provera injection, birth control pills, and condoms*
  • Routine Pap and pelvic exams
  • Pregnancy testing and referrals
  • Screening for anemia, high blood pressure, immunization status, and urinary tract infections
  • Early Detection Works (EDW):  Clinical breast exams and referrals for mammograms

We also provide fertility awareness services to those interested in starting a family and don’t know where to start.

Services are available for both men and women.

Fees can be based on sliding fee scale if family income falls below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.

*In order to take advantage of low-cost birth control methods provided by the Health Department, clients must be enrolled in our Reproductive Health Services Program.

Information for the Early Detection Works Program:

There are several kinds of birth control out there; what works best for you?  The best kind of birth control is the one that is used most consistently.  Click on the different types of birth control on this page to learn more about them.