The Family Planning Program promotes the well being of families, responsible behavior, and healthy mothers and babies. Our goal is prevent unintended pregnancies through education and contraceptive services, allowing for the planning and timing of pregnancies.
There are 83 clinics throughout Alabama offering family planning services. We provide a wide range of confidential and professional family planning services to both females and males of all ages. These services are provided regardless of income. You may be eligible for free or reduced cost services.
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Call 1-800-654-1385 or contact your local county health department.
Family Planning Services
- Physical Exam (including a medical history, pap smear, clinical breast exam, and height, weight, and blood pressure check)
- Family Planning counseling and education on all contraceptive methods
- Testing for pregnancy, HIV, and STD
- Birth control supplies
- Sterilization (including counseling, education, and referral)
- Pre-conception counseling (planning your pregnancy)
- Care coordination for some clients.
All services are confidential.
Preconception health refers to the health of women throughout their reproductive years - the years when a woman can become pregnant. Making sure that women of reproductive age are healthy is one of the best ways to ensure the success and well-being of future generations. It is also an important part of ensuring the health of women throughout their lives.
Learn more about preconception health, why it is needed, and what steps you can take to improve the health of future pregnancies on the Preconception Health page.
The Bureau of Family Health Services is conducting a survey of Alabama families and primary health care providers for women of childbearing age, children, and youth to identify the most important maternal and child health needs for the state. Deadline is November 15.
- Survey of Alabama’s Families
- Survey of Alabama Primary Health Care Providers for Women of Childbearing Age, Children, and Youth
Page last updated: August 28, 2019