For family planning, we offer a range of birth control options to find the best method for you.

Birth Control Pills

  • Take a pill each day to prevent pregnancy
  • Safe, effective, and convenient
  • Easy to get with a prescription
  • Cost about $15–$50 each month

Birth Control Patch

  • A small patch that sticks to your skin to prevent pregnancy
  • Safe, effective, and convenient
  • Easy to get with a prescription
  • Costs about $15–$50 a month

Nuva Ring

  • A small ring you put in your vagina once a month for three weeks to prevent pregnancy
  • Safe, effective, and convenient
  • Easy to get with a prescription
  • Costs about $15–$50 a month

The IUD

  • Small, “T-shaped” device inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy
  • Safe, effective, and long lasting
  • Must be inserted by a health care provider
  • Costs between $175 and $650 up front, but lasts up to 12 years

Mirena

  • Prevents pregnancy up to 5 years
  • Treats heavy periods
  • Allows you to try and become pregnant as soon as removed by physician
  • Costs about $705 and is covered by most insurances

Implanon

  • A matchstick-sized rod that is inserted in the arm to prevent pregnancy
  • Safe, effective, and convenient
  • Must be inserted by a health care provider
  • Costs between $400 and $800 up front, but lasts up to three years

Paragard

  • Hormone Free
  • Prevents pregnancy up to 10 years
  • Simple monthly self check
  • T-shaped piece of soft plastic wrapped with natural copper
  • Costs about $380 and is covered by most insurances