Family Planning

Planning for Your Future

Family Planning is a program that provides family planning healthcare to low-income women, men and teens . If your pregnancy test is negative, and you do not want to become pregnant, you can apply for Family Planning. Family Planning covers a physical exam, pap smear, lab work and testing for sexually transmitted infections. The program also covers counseling about family planning choices and supplies.

If your pregnancy test is positive, you can apply for the ALL KIDS program the same day you come in for a pregnancy test. You do not have to be a citizen, legal immigrant or have a social security number to get ALL KIDS.

Screenings and Education

Women of reproductive age can also obtain breast and cervical cancer screenings. All clients can receive:

  • STD and HIV prevention education, counseling, and testing
  • Abstinence education and counseling 
  • Preconception and fertility counseling 
  • Preventive health services, including specific immunizations.

We are dedicated to helping people reach their goals, whether they wish to prevent or achieve pregnancy. The Family Planning Program is currently available at our Western Avenue, Morgan Street and Berwyn primary care clinics, and in our school-based clinics at Little Village High School and Benito Juarez Community Academy.

Family Planning does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual preference, income, and marital status, number of pregnancies or contraceptive choice.

Funding includes a grant from the Illinois Department of Public Health.