Birth Control

CHOICES is here to help you find the one that is right for you. 

There are many types of birth control available.  We offer a variety of contraceptive methods, including the pill, patch, ring, shot, IUD, and implant. 

People use birth control for a variety of reasons, whether it be to prevent pregnancy, regulate periods, treat a medical condition, or a number of other valid reasons. 

Making decisions about birth control is not easy – there are many things to think about. Learning about birth control methods you or your partner can use and talking with your doctor are good ways to get started. 

There is no “best” method of birth control. Each method has its pros and cons, and everyone has their own unique preferences for which method they like to use. The birth control method you choose should take into account your overall health, sexual preferences (your sexual orientation, how often you have sex, the number of sexual partners you have, etc.), if you want to have children, how effective each method is at preventing pregnancy, any potential side effects, and your comfort level with using the method. 

Learn more about birth control options here.

You can also read this chart and watch this video for more information.

Birth Control Consultation

Includes a discussion of your medical history and birth control options with a nurse practitioner and a prescription for the birth control of your choice. This type of appointment does not include lab work or a physical exam.

Click here to schedule an appointment.

Online Tools

Before your birth control consultation appointment, or any time you want to learn more about your birth control options, use this My Birth Control tool.

Just had a baby? Use this version of the tool instead.

Just had, or are planning on having an abortion? Use this version of the tool.

No Cost Birth Control Program

Birth control at CHOICES is available at NO COST TO YOU!

Covered services include initial counseling visit, device cost and insertion visit, STI testing, cervical cancer screening (if indicated), and one follow-up visit.