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BF-family.jpgFamily Planning & Birth Control

The Oklahoma Family Planning Program is devoted to providing family planning services to males and females of reproductive age.

Services for females include:

- physical examination
- pap smears and breast exams 
- screening for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV
- birth control
- pregnancy diagnosis
- counseling and referrals.

Services for males include:

- physical examination
- instructions in testicular self-exams
- examination of the prostate, as appropriate
- screening for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV
- education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy 
- counseling and referrals.

The program helps males and females make informed decisions regarding family planning, being healthy and making good lifestyle choices. 

The program also promotes family involvement and provides community-based education and outreach activities. 

Services are provided on a voluntary and confidential basis, and services will not be refused based on inability to pay.

Family planning services are available through the county health departments and the following contractors:

Oklahoma City-County Health Department

(405) 419-4150

Tulsa City-County Health Department
(918) 594-4704

Variety Health Center (Oklahoma City)

(405) 235-6466

Family Care Services (Bartlesville)
(918) 336-4822

Other Family Planning Resources
Preparing for a Lifetime, It's Everyone's Responsibility  Learn what you can do to help ensure the health and safety of Oklahoma's babies
Office of Population Affairs

National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association

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