South Dakota PLAN

SD PLAN: Prepare, Learn, Advocate, Navigate

SD PLAN: Prepare, Learn, Advocate, NavigateSouth Dakota PLAN connects people to safe and confidential services related to preventing pregnancy, achieving pregnancy, and assisting women, men, and couples with achieving their desired number and spacing of children. Expert staff at each clinic are trained to provide judgment-free care and help you make decisions about when or if you want to have children. Regardless of your financial situation, South Dakota PLAN offers screenings, tests, and resources to keep you healthy and manage your chance of getting pregnant.

South Dakota PLAN services are available for everyone, and clinics use a sliding fee scale to keep services affordable. Fees are based on family size and income. At your first appointment, you will be asked to provide proof of your current income. For a list of what counts as income, visit RHNTC: Defining Family Income for Title X Charges, Billing, and Collections.


  • Birth control
  • Information, education, and counseling
  • Community education
  • Pregnancy testing and planning
  • STI and HIV testing
  • Basic infertility services
  • Annual checkups
  • Screenings for health issues such as breast or cervical cancer
  • Follow-ups and referrals to specialists

Title X

The Title X (ten) Family Planning program is key to guaranteeing access to services for people with low and no incomes and people who are un- or under-insured. Services are provided to anyone capable of reproduction, regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, creed, disability, number of pregnancies, marital status, income, or insurance.

Visit an SD PLAN Clinic

Set up an appointment by contacting your nearest clinic.

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What Others Are Saying

“They do their jobs well & are very kind. Recommend this clinic, especially for teenage girls like myself.” – Family Health Education Services (Spearfish) 

“My experience at this clinic was delightful. I wasn’t sure where to go to have health services and was recommended here and will never go anywhere else!” - Horizon Healthcare Aberdeen Community Health Center 

“I love the easy access to birth control and services.” - Horizon Healthcare James Valley Community Health Center (Huron) 

“The staff were so welcoming, informational, and kind. I have never experienced medical discussions about women’s health to such a high degree. Truly a gift to the community and all women in the area.” – Family Health Education Services (Spearfish) 

Frequently Asked Questions

Appointments at a Title X Clinic allow for more time with healthcare providers. Staff are trained to educate on a variety of topics with a direct focus on reproductive health. Conversations are patient-driven and patients are allowed a safe space to discuss sensitive topics. 

Yes. Title X clinics use a sliding fee scale to lower costs. The sliding fee scale uses your household income as a guideline for the amount due. The sliding scale is possible due to federal funding.

Any client may request enhanced confidentiality for any Title X service. This means the clinic will not send a bill for services, and no explanation of benefits, agency patient portals, or agency billing will be sent out. 

No. The Title X Program is designed to meet the needs of those who are trying to achieve or prevent pregnancies along with offering other health care services. Staff will provide you with the resources necessary to achieve a healthy pregnancy, if desired, and will be able to refer you to an appropriate OB/GYN provider with a positive pregnancy test.

Title X offers enhanced confidentiality which means you can have a confidential health care visit without needing consent. However, we do encourage young people to involve their parents or a trusted adult in health care decisions.