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Family Planning

We provide family planning services to males and females of reproductive age and capability.

For Women

  • Pregnancy test (Pregnancy tests are available on a walk-in basis, Monday-Thursday 8am-11am and 1pm-4pm, Friday 8am-11am.)
  • Pap smear
  • Breast exam
  • Testing for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy
  • Counseling and referrals

For Men

  • Physical examination
  • Instructions in testicular self-exams
  • Examination of the prostate, as appropriate
  • Testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy
  • Counseling and referrals

Adolescents are encouraged to involve their parents.

All services are confidential.

Exams and other services are available by appointment only.


We offer appointments Monday through Friday 8am until 3:15pm. 

Appointments must be scheduled by the individual seeking services.

Children are not allowed at Family Planning appointments. If an individual presents for an appointment with children, the appointment will be rescheduled.


Cleveland County Health Department now accepts many insurance plans. Please contact your insurance provider for more information regarding coverage. 

Clients 19 and older without insurance may qualify for SoonerCare or SoonerPlan. Please bring a photo ID and proof of citizenship (birth certificate or voter registration card) to your next visit.


We use a sliding scale based on your income.

We do not deny services based on an inability to pay.

Have questions? Contact us at:

Blanchard: (405) 485-3319

Purcell: (405) 527-6541

Special Announcements
ATTENTION: The Purcell office will be closed on Friday, September 27th from 11:30am until 5pm for mandatory training.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who is eligible for Family Planning?
A: Any women of childbearing age or any men that would like to prevent pregnancy are eligible to receive birth control through Family Planning.

Q: What forms of birth control do you provide?
A: birth control pills, Depo-provera injection, Ortho-evra patch, Nuvaring, intra-uterine device, Nexplanon, natural family planning & abstinence counseling, condoms, and emergency contraception.

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