Family PACT

Student Health Service

California-ID

                         

 What is it?  The Family PACT program offers low cost reproductive health services to low income California residents.  

Family PACT Referral List

How do I know if I am eligible? You are eligible if you currently live in California, are of reproductive age, are at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, have no other source of health care coverage for family planning services.  

How do I enroll? Talk to a SHS staff person today to find out how to get started with the Family PACT program.

Schedule an appointment for Family PACT Enrollment

Family PACT Prescriptions Now Accepted. Click here to view brochure

Notice of Privacy Practices

Is it Confidential? YES Family Planning information cannot be released without your consent. To view your family planning Patient Rights Click Here!

What services are offered?  

Female Patients

Male Patients



Birth Control Methods/Supplies
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI ) testing / treatment
Health Education
HIV Screening
Annual Exam
Condoms/Supplies
Pap Smears
Education and Counseling
Colposcopy (referral)

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) testing / treatment

Gynecological Complaints

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

Menstrual Problems

Pregnancy Testing and Counseling

HIV Screening

Emergency Contraception (morning-after-pill)

   No Cost Prescriptions / supplies offered at pharmacy:

Oral contraceptives Transdermal patch
Condoms Emergency contraception
Contraceptive injections Vaginal ring
Intrauterine contraception Diaphragm
Fertility awareness methods Cervical cap
Spermicides

2009 Federal Poverty Guidelines Effective May 1,2009.

Sample Client Eligibility / Enrollment Forms Sample

For more information about the Family PACT program please visit www.familypact.org

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