Sexual Health Clinic
(formally Family Planning)

Sexual Health Clinic services help women and men determine if and when they want to have a child. The program helps keep people healthy and protects their ability to have children in the future.

What services can I access in the program?

  • A full range of birth control information and supplies. Methods include: birth control pills, the depo shot, Nexplanon, two forms of IUD’s, condoms, natural family planning and emergency contraception

  • Pregnancy testing, counseling and referrals

  • Annual exams (checkups) for both men and women

  • Screening for sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDs, breast and cervical cancer and other health issues

  • Client education and counseling and community education

  • Follow-up and referrals for social and medical issues

Am I eligible?

  • Services are provided to men and women of all ages, in need of services regardless of their income

  • Fees are charged on a sliding scale based on family income. Teens seeking confidential services will be charged based on the income of the teen, not their parents

  • Service’s are not denied based on the individuals ability to pay. Donations from clients are accepted

  • Insurances including Medicaid are accepted

Chippewa County now offers the following programs through our Sexual Health Clinic:

  • Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)

  • Male Health Screenings

  • PrEP

  • Confidential Testing