Can I get birth control for free without insurance?
There’s a good chance you can get low-cost or free birth control pills if you have health insurance.
Planned Parenthood works to provide services you need, whether or not you have insurance.
Most Planned Parenthood health centers accept Medicaid and other health insurance.
And many charge less depending on your income.
Where can I get the contraceptive pill for free?
You can get free contraception and condoms from:
- most GP surgeries (talk to your GP or practice nurse)
- community contraceptive clinics.
- some genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics.
- sexual health clinics (these offer contraceptive and STI testing services)
- some young people’s services.
Do clinics give free birth control?
You can get birth control at health centers, family planning clinics or through your health care provider. Health insurance plans are required to cover birth control with no copay. Some sexual health service providers offer condoms, birth control and other services for free (PDF).
How much does birth control cost without insurance?
Cost: According to Planned Parenthood, the birth control pill costs $0 to $50 per month. The American Pregnancy Association notes that the initial physical exam with your physician may cost between $20 and $200. Annually, women may pay between $20 and $800, depending on medical coverage and pill costs.