428 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse NY 13202
Family Planning Service provides confidential reproductive health care, education and social services to women and men in need of family planning care. Services include:
• Physical examinations and laboratory tests
• Contraceptive counseling and contraceptives
• Pregnancy tests and counseling
• STD testing and treatment
• HIV counseling and testing
• Patient education
• Medical Referral
• Social service supports
• Community education
• Emergency Contraception
• Room 30 (basement level clinic area) John H. Mulroy Civic Center
• Corner of Taft Road and South Bay Road, North Syracuse
• Dr. William A. Harris Health Center, 301 Slocum Avenue, Syracuse
Family Planning Service has special clinic sessions dedicated to teens and provides service to males during specific hours. Clinics are open during the daytime, evenings and two Saturdays a month. Fees are not a barrier to service. A sliding fee scale is available and there are a number of programs that help pay for care. People with private insurance and Medicaid are accepted, including those enrolled in a Medicaid Managed Care program. Women who had Medicaid for their last pregnancy may be able to receive family planning services for two years after the end of the pregnancy at no cost to them even if they are no longer on Medicaid. Individuals who are not eligible for Medicaid and who do not have insurance may qualify for the Family Planning Benefit Program, which will pay for most reproductive health care needs. Call for information on schedules and appointments. Family Planning Service of OCHD is a program of the Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility, Inc.
Family Planning Benefit Program (FPBP) is a New York State program that will pay for medical care related to family planning needs. Both women and men are eligible. Teenagers can also apply. The program pays for exams, birth control methods, emergency contraception, pap smears, lab tests related to family planning, STD testing and treatment, HIV testing and sterilization.
Family Planning staff will help you apply when you come in for an appointment. When you call to make the appointment, you will be told what documents you need to bring in with you.In order to qualify, you must:
• live in New York State
• be a citizen or have satisfactory immigration status
• be able to have children
• meet income guidelines, and not be on Medicaid or Family Health Plus.