Family Planning

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  1. Who is eligible?
  2. Free Confidential Services
  3. Enrollment
  4. Resources

The Wright County Family Planning Program is designed to provide access to family planning services to people who are uninsured, underinsured or are unable to use private insurance. Medical exams and testing for sexually transmitted infections are performed at contracted clinics located in different areas within Wright County.

The minor consent law for Minnesota states “Any minor may give effective consent for medical, mental and other health services to determine the presence of or to treat pregnancy and conditions associated therewith, venereal disease, alcohol and other drug abuse, and the consent of no other person is required.” Therefore, minors are able to give their consent for Family Planning services without needing consent from a parent or guardian and are eligible to enroll in the Wright County Family Planning Program.

Citizenship is not a requirement to receive care through this program.

We proudly serve people who identify as LGBTQ+ and/or gender nonbinary.

Wright County Health & Human Services provides equal access to programs and services without regard to race, color, age, gender, ability, marital status, affectional preferences, criminal record or national origin.

Call/Text (763) 335-0280