SEXUAL HEALTH AND FAMILY PLANNING
P - Planning
A - Access
C - Care
T - Treatment
Free family planning services for women and men, including birth control, condoms, safe sex supplies, and more.
Am I eligible?
Eligibility guidelines can be found on the FamilyPACT.org eligibility page, including income guidelines.
To apply for Family PACT go to HealtheConnect.sdsu.edu and make an appointment. During that appointment we will determine your eligibility, and if qualified, we will issue you a Health Access Program Card or Family PACT card to use for the next year.
Prior to your appointment, please download the Family PACT Client Eligibility Certification form (PDF). Fill it out to the best of your knowledge, and bring it with you to your appointment.
Note: Your eligibility appointment is not a medical appointment! You will need to make a separate appointment with Student Health Services in order to get medical care.
About Family PACT
California Family PACT is a State of California limited benefits program with a focus on family planning. Family planning related reproductive health services are covered for cost, when the services are provided as part of, or a follow-up to, a family planning visit.
Family PACT is California’s innovative approach to provide comprehensive family planning services to eligible low income (under 200% federal poverty level) residents. Family PACT serves 1.1 million income eligible Californians of childbearing age through a network of 2,200 public and private providers. Services include comprehensive education, assistance, and services relating to family planning.
The overall goal of the Family PACT Program is to ensure that low-income women, men and teens have access to health information, counseling, and family planning services to reduce the likelihood of unintended pregnancy and to maintain optimal reproductive health.