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Clinical Care

** Health and safety is a priority of the Virginia Department of Health. Due to COVID-19, you may be able to have a virtual visit with your provider. Contact your local clinic directly to see if you can have a telehealth appointment or another contact-less form of medical care. **

Eighteen (18) qualified health care organizations receive public funds to provide free birth control to eligible patients. In order to qualify, patients must have an income below 250% of the federal poverty level and lack insurance coverage for family planning services. This funding covers all FDA-approved methods of contraception, including the IUD, implant, pill, patch, ring, and shot.

Participating agencies are listed below. Please call ahead to confirm which methods are offered at each site.


If you do not qualify for this program, or there is not a provider near you, you may still access low or no cost birth control at one of the many VDH Title X Family Planning Clinics.

Use the tool below to find a Title X Family Planning Clinic near you and call to make your appointment!


Have you received care at a Virginia Title X clinic? We'd love to hear about your family planning experience!

Click here to provide feedback: Family Planning Feedback Survey.


Which birth control method is right for you? Learn more about the different methods at the below: