Services are available to both men and women. Nurse Practitioners are available for clinical exams.
Emergency contraception (EC) is taken by women within 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected intercourse. EC should not be used as a primary birth control method, as it does not protect against sexually transmitted infections, it only makes pregnancy less likely to occur.
Wisconsin Family Planning Only Services
A sliding-fee payment scale is available and is based on family size and income.
Urine pregnancy tests are available with same day results
Optional Urine Chlamydia screening available
Counseling and referral regarding pregnancy options
Pre-conception planning education
Referrals to WIC, PNCC (Prenatal Care Coordination)
Enrollment into BadgerCare Plus (Express Enrollment)
Prenatal Care Coordination
PNCC is a Medicaid benefit that helps pregnant women who are considered high risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Some services provided are:
Questions that a care coordinator can help you with:
When should I go to the doctor?
Links and Resources
Funded in part by:
Wisconsin Well Woman Program
The Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) is a program that provides screening for breast and cervical cancer. The program will cover a yearly mammogram, pap test, follow-up testing needed for an abnormal pap and/or mammogram. WWWP also provides limited assessment/staging for Multiple Sclerosis. You may be eligible for service at NO COST to you if you are:
Limited breast services are available for women ages 35-44. Please contact Pierce County Reproductive Health at 715-425-8003 to speak with the local county coordinator.
Family Planning Providers in Wisconsin: