Family Planning Program

The South Dakota Family Planning Program is devoted to providing contraceptive and family planning services to anyone of reproductive age.

Family planning services help people determine if and when they want to have a child, and contraceptive options help limit the occurrence of unintended pregnancy. The program helps keep people healthy and protects their ability to have children in the future, should they choose to do so

Services include:

Contraceptive Services

All types of birth control methods are available through the Family Planning Program including but not oral contraceptives, injectables, intrauterine devices (IUDs), NuvaRings, patches, etc.

Note: Depending on where you go for reproductive health care, you may be referred to another location that can complete your care (i.e. inserting IUDs).

Participating Clinics

Find a complete list of family planning providers in South Dakota and their contact information.

Find a Clinic

You may also find these clinics listed at:

You may also contact your local Community Health Services or Public Health Alliance Offices, and they will refer you to the nearest family planning clinic.

Find a Pregnancy Help Center

Eligibility & Fee Scale

The program is funded through the federal Title X family planning grant and the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant. Client fees and donations provide the remaining program funding.

Services are provided to anyone capable of reproduction, regardless of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, creed, handicap, number of pregnancies, marital status, income, or insurance.

A sliding fee scale is used. Fees are based on family size and income.

At your first appointment, you will be asked to provide proof of your current income. Your most recent 1040 tax form or paycheck stub can serve as proof of income.

No one is denied services based on their inability to pay.

Services are provided on a voluntary and confidential basis.

Interpreter services are available.

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