There is power in planning when to have a family. The Georgia Department of Public Health’s Family Planning program offers reproductive health care services designed to provide women support with: planning when to have children, reducing unintended pregnancies, determining effective birth control methods and improving family wellbeing.
Explore your options by contacting your Women's Health Coordinator in your county. Search the locator by checking the Women's Health Coordinator box and your county or zip code.
Explore your options:
- Birth control services: Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) including implants and IUDs, three-month injections, oral contraceptive pills, the ring, condoms and emergency contraception
- STD and HIV screening, testing and treatment
- Pregnancy testing and counseling
- Preconceptual health counseling and pregnancy planning
- Cervical and breast cancer screening
- Women’s preventive health exams
- Health education and counseling
- Abstinence education
*There is a sliding scale cost for services.
Page last updated 12/6/2022.