Title X Family Planning

Looking for information about family planning or where to find free or reduced-price birth control? The Title X Family Planning clinics can help you!


               *Birth control information and supplies, including long-acting reversible contraception
                              (e.g., IUDs and implants).
               *Pregnancy testing and counseling.
               *Screening for sexually transmitted infections and HIV.
               *Physical exams for women and men.
               *Cervical, breast and testicular cancer screening.
               *Health eduction and counselin, including information about abstinence.
               *Basic infertility services.
               *Referrals to other health and social services.

Voluntary Participation and Choice

               *Services are provided on a voluntary basis.
               *Family planning services are not a prerequisite to receive other services at High Plains.
               *You may decide freely whether to use birth control and which methods to use.

Who Can Access Services

Any teen or adult. Care will be provided regardless of number of pregnancies, marital status, birth control preference, source of payment, race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, residency status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability and veteran status.

Cost of Services

If you have insurance (Medicaid or private), High Plains can help you see if your services are covered. If confidentiality is a concern, this Title X clinic is required to waive insurance payment.
Sliding fees scales are offered to patients to determine fees for services.
If you are under 18, your fees are based only on the income available, either your family income or your own income.
If your income is at or below 100% of the federal poverty level, you will not be charged or billed for covered family planning clinic services related to your birth control method.
You may be billed and are responsible for the cost of services that are not covered by the family planning program.
You CANNOT be denied birth control services because you cannot pay and High Plains does not turn patients away for inability to pay!

Who to Contact

Talk to your medical provider about Family Planning and how it fits into your life.

Our Promise

Protecting Individuals against Sex Discrimination: Prohibition of discrimination based on an individual's sex; pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions; gender identity; and sex stereotyping.

Ensuring Meaning Access for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency: Reasonable steps must be taken to provide meaningful access to each individual with limited English proficiency.

Ensuring Effective Communication with and Accessibility for Individuals with Disabilities: Appropriate steps must be made to ensure that communications with individuals with disabilities are as effective as communication with others.

High Plains CHC complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.