DCPH Women's Health Program provides free and low-cost services to help reduce unintended pregnancies, allow people to determine the number and spacing of their children, and improve birth outcomes and overall health.
Gynecological disorders and women’s health concerns
Multiple low-cost birth control options
Pre-conception counseling (planning for a healthy pregnancy)
Persons who have the following may qualify:
CHIP - Perinatal
Medicaid for Prenatal Care
Healthy Texas Women (HTW)
Family Planning Program
To qualify with the above coverage options, a DCPH physician must be listed as the primary care provider.
If you make below these amounts, you may also be eligible:
For those without any of the listed coverages, a financial and medical screening is required. Please call to request a screening appointment and bring the items listed on the Financial Screening and Eligibility Documents.
Co-pays start at $0 and vary based on income and/or enrollment plan.
The Women’s Health Program also provides local community outreach and educational presentations. Denton County Public Health’s (DCPH) Women’s Health Educator can provide presentations or information on diverse topics including:
Birth Control Options
DCPH Women’s Health Available Services
Sexually Transmitted Infections/Sexually Transmitted Diseases
The income guidelines are available on their website.