The Family Planning Program at the Seminole County Health Department strives to prevent unintended pregnancies, including adolescent pregnancies by providing "individuals with the information and means to exercise personal choice in determining the number and spacing of their children".
The Family Planning Program at the Seminole County Health Department provides clinical and counseling services for women of child bearing age who reside in Seminole County.
The following services are provided for women of childbearing age who reside in Seminole County:
- Pregnancy Test
- Pap Smear
- Breast Exam
- Testing for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Testing for anemia (Hemocue)
- Screening for diabetes
- Screening for sickle cell anemia
- Blood pressure check
Family Planning Counseling Services
Counseling regarding various methods of birth control are also available for women of childbearing age who reside in Seminole County. Counseling may be conducted on one or more of the following birth control methods:
- Natural Family Planning (rhythm method)
- Latex Condoms
- Vaginal Spermicides (film)
- Depo-Provera Injections
- Birth Control Pills
- Intra-uterine Devices (IUD)
- Emergency Contraception
A sliding scale is used. Fees are based on income. No one is denied services based on inability to pay.
Family Planning Hours
Appointments are required for the Family Planning Clinic.
How to Make an appointment
Please call Seminole County Health Department, Seminole office (405) 382-4369 or the Wewoka office at (405) 257-5401, to schedule an appointment. Family planning services are available by appointment only.
Parental consent for family planning services is recommended but not necessary.
*Women of childbearing age who reside in Seminole County may also only request a pregnancy test or sexually transmitted disease (STD) exam.