Who may be eligible?
You may be eligible to get free to low-cost sexual and reproductive health care if:
- You are uninsured and low-income. Low-income means that you make less than 250% of the federal poverty level. For a family of 1, this means that you make less than $31, 900 a year, or $2,658 a month. For a family of 4, this means that you make less than $65,500 a year, or $5,458 a month.
- You need confidential care, whether you have insurance or not. Sometimes you have insurance, but you’re on someone else’s plan and can’t let them know that you won’t see the doctor. Sometimes you don’t have insurance, but you still need to go see the doctor. Either way, you may be able to get care for free or low-cost.
If you have any questions, contact your health center, or visit mass.gov/sexual-and-reproductive-health-program-srhp for more information.
If you have specific questions about costs, contact your health center.