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Birth Control and Reproductive Health Services


Any woman of childbearing age, or any man who wants to prevent pregnancy, is eligible to receive birth control and reproductive health services through the Cleveland County Health Department.




Take control of your birth control. We offer a variety of options.


  • Birth control pills
  • Depo-provera injection
  • Ortho-evra patch
  • Nuvaring
  • Intra-uterine device
  • Nexplanon
  • Abstinence counseling
  • Condoms
  • Emergency contraception




For Women

  • Pregnancy test*
  • Pap smear
  • Breast exam
  • Testing for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Screening for sickle cell anemia
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy
  • Counseling and referrals


For Men

  • Physical examination
  • Instructions in testicular self-exams
  • Examination of the prostate, as appropriate
  • Testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy
  • Counseling and referrals


Adolescents are encouraged to involve their parents.


*Pregnancy tests are available on a walk-in basis, Monday-Thursday, 8:00-3:30pm. Exams and other services are available by appointment only. To schedule, call:


Norman: 405-321-4048

Moore: 405-794-1591





We use a sliding scale based on your income.

We’ll never turn you away. Even if you can’t pay.


Proof of income is required for all services. If proof cannot be provided within 30 days, charges will be assessed at 100%. Acceptable forms include:


  • Two pay stubs for everyone working in the household (within the last 90 days)
  • Recent LES (Leave and Earnings Statement)
  • Unemployment letter/notice
  • Current disability assistance (SSI) document
  • Written statement of financial support
  • Signed letter from employer stating gross income
  • Letter from DHS showing current eligibility of TANF or Food Stamps


Exceptions include Medicaid members (SoonerCare/SoonerPlan), current WIC clients, or ability to pay 100%.




Cleveland County Health Department now accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Health Choice. Current contracted plans are listed here


Clients 19 and older without insurance may qualify for SoonerCare or SoonerPlan. Please bring a photo ID and proof of citizenship (birth certificate or voter registration card) to your next visit.


Have questions? Contact us at 405-321-4048.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who is eligible for Family Planning?
A: Any women of childbearing age or any men that would like to prevent pregnancy are eligible to receive birth control through Family Planning.

Q: What forms of birth control do you provide?
A: Birth control pills, Depo-provera injection, Ortho-evra patch, Nuvaring, intra-uterine device, Nexplanon, natural family planning & abstinence counseling, condoms, and emergency contraception.

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