Family PACT provides no-cost family planning services to:

  • Low-income men and women, including teens.
  • Minors under age 18 may apply without parental consent. There is no minimum age for enrollment.
  • You are ineligible for Family PACT if you are eligible for Medi-Cal or your insurance covers family planning services except in some circumstances.

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Who is eligible? Family PACT provides no-cost family planning services to:

  • Low-income men and women, including teens.
  • Minors under age 18 may apply without parental consent. There is no minimum age for enrollment.
  • You are ineligible for Family PACT if you are eligible for Medi-Cal or your insurance covers family planning services except in some circumstances.
What services are covered? Family PACT provides access to comprehensive family planning services, like:

  • Pregnancy testing and birth control
  • Male and female sterilization and limited fertility services
  • STI testing and treatment
  • Education and Counseling
  • Access to other family planning-related services may be available when these are provided as part of, or as follow-up to, a family planning visit.

Family PACT does not cover:

  • Abortion services
  • Prenatal care, maternity care
  • Primary care services
  • Mental health or dependency treatment services
Does it cover baby? No.
What does it cost? All Family PACT services are available at no cost to you while you are enrolled.
Where can families apply? You can sign up:

  • At a participating clinic, hospital, or doctor’s office
  • In person at any Family PACT provider’s office.

To find a Family PACT provider, you can use the “Find Providers” feature on the Family PACT website (http://www.familypact.org/), or call the Family PACT toll-free information telephone line at 1-800-942-1054.

What documents are needed to apply? You will be asked to verify:

  • Proof of California residency (have a California address)
  • You have a gross family income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
  • You have no other source of health care coverage for family planning services
Does immigration status matter? No. You can get Family PACT services regardless of your immigration status. But you must be a California resident.
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