Pregnancy tests can be done under the Family Planning Program or through private insurance.
Visit the Family Planning Website.
Well Women Visits and Exams are available by appointment. Long term birth control, such as Nexplanon and Mirena IUD insertion and removals are also available by appointment. Most insurances accepted.
Family Planning Program
The Family Planning Program offers comprehensive medical examinations including:
- Pelvic exam
- Pap test to screen for cervical cancer
- Clinical breast exam and instruction
- Testicular exam and instruction (males)
- Screening and treatment for some sexually transmitted diseases
- Health education and counseling
- Pregnancy tests
- Follow-up and referral for identified medical needs
- Basic infertility information
To qualify the following guidelines must apply:
- You must be a female or a male of childbearing age, including adolescents who may not yet be sexually active; and at risk of unintended pregnancy and in need of family planning/contraceptive services;
- You may be a woman seeking pregnancy;
- Your documented income must be at or below 250% of the current Federal Poverty Level, based on current sliding fee scale; AND
- You must be uninsured or underinsured (you have no insurance or your insurance does not cover annual services or birth control) Note: If your plan does not cover birth control supplies, you are required to bring an insurance statement that confirms this. Medicaid HMO recipients are ineligible for this service, as the HMO should cover the service.
Family Planning visits are scheduled by appointment
Family Planning visits are performed at low-cost or are free of charge.
Family Planning also offers birth control supply.
Birth Control Supply
The Family Planning Program offers free contraceptive methods to those that are enrolled in the program.
Birth control pills
Birth control shots (Depo-Provera®)
Foam and condoms
Diaphragms (Ortho ALL-FLEX® Arcing Spring)
Emergency contraceptive pills (Plan B®)
Natural family planning
Surgical sterilization (tubal ligation and vasectomy)
Intrauterine device ( Mirena)
Supply visits are on a walk-in basis.
Those with private insurance who receive gynecological services from CCHD will receive a prescription for birth control supply.
Depo-Provera® picked up from a pharmacy can also be administered.
Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening Program
We are a provider of the West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (WVBCCSP). This is a comprehensive public health program that helps uninsured or underinsured women gain access to breast and cervical cancer screening services. Screening and early detection reduces death rates, improves treatment options, and greatly increases survival.
To initially qualify, you must be between the ages of 25 and 64 And NOT be seeking birth control or be enrolled in the Family Planning Program.
BCCSP visits are scheduled by appointment.
BCCSP visits are performed at low-cost or are free of charge.
To visit the BCCSP Planning website, please click here.