What is Family PACT?
The program provides comprehensive family planning services to low-income Californians at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
Why should I enroll?
Family PACT can help
- Prevent an unplanned pregnancy
- Protect reproductive health
- Learn more about birth control methods
- Birth Control Supplies
- Several types of birth control pills
- Contraceptive injections--like depo-provera (the three month shot)
- Contraceptive implants--like Nexplanon
- Intrauterine contraception--like Mirena and ParaGard
- Transdermal patch
- Emergency contraception
- Vaginal ring
- Cervical Cap
Who is eligible?
How do I enroll?
Enrollment is a simple process which requires you to complete a CEC Form (Client Eligibility Certification). Enrollment will occur the same day as your current scheduled appointment (must arrive 30 minutes prior). The early arrival will allow staff to complete the enrollment process, check-in process and answer any questions you may have in regards to the program. Please bring the completed CEC form with you to your scheduled appointment; you may use these 15 Quick Tips to assist you.
What if I already have a card?
If you already have a card and did not receive it at the Student Health and Counseling Center, be sure to inform the front office staff so we may verify the expiration date on your current card. We encourage you go complete a new CEC form in the event that your card may require re-certification.
Is the Family PACT Program confidential?
Yes! Family planning information cannot be released without your consent. You may view your Family PACT Patient Rights.
Need more information about different types of Birth Control?
It is important to find the birth control method that best fits your individual needs. This interactive tool is designed to help you narrow your birth control options based on the criteria that matters most to you: Method Match.