All Virginia Garcia pharmacies will be CLOSED for the first two hours on Thursday, September 29. Please check your pharmacy location for specific hours.

Family Planning & Reproductive Health 

Virginia Garcia offers reproductive and sexual health services regardless of race, color, national origin, immigration status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, or disability.

We offer health exams, birth control, and screening labs to men and women at low or no cost. No one is denied services for inability to pay. We can talk to you about: 

  • Planning a pregnancy
  • Preventing a pregnancy
  • Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)
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There are many contraceptives you can choose from including birth control pills, condoms, female condoms, Depo-Provera injections, contraceptive ring, emergency contraception (morning after pill), implants (Nexplanon), Intrauterine Devices (IUDs), and counseling and referral for vasectomy. Providers and nurses provide education and counseling about the method you choose and about your reproductive health.

Education and counseling services are provided using a patient-centered approach, which promotes personal choice and risk reduction, and considers patients’ cultural and socioeconomic needs.

Seeking Prenatal Care:
If you are pregnant and are seeking prenatal care services visit our Women’s Clinic website page for additional information or call 503-597-4500.

What services are provided?

Services include:

 - Pregnancy testing and options counseling

-  Counseling and education to assist with achieving or preventing pregnancy

-  Basic infertility

STI screening and treatment

 - Preconception health

 - Relationship safety

 - Breast and cervical cancer screening

 - A broad range of FDA-approved contraceptive methods

 - Emergency contraception (morning after pill)

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All services are voluntary and confidential

You may be eligible for funding

There is funding available through the Oregon Reproductive Health Program that may cover the cost of visits, supplies, and labs related to reproductive health or family planning.

  • Who Qualifies for this Funding?

    Anyone who can become pregnant or get someone else pregnant

    • Individual income at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level
  • Individuals with U.S. Citizenship, Eligible Immigration Status, or Another Eligibility Status

For more information

Ask someone at the front desk during your next visit for more information or to be screened for eligibility

or you can email the Reproductive Health Group to find out more.

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