Birth Control Methods

It is necessary to make an appointment if you are interested in birth control methods or birth control counseling. Our healthcare providers offer non-judgmental care in a safe environment, where every patient is treated with respect and dignity. We offer the full range of contraceptive options and work with each patient to determine the best method for her lifestyle and health.

FREE male and female condoms are available in Health Service.

The healthcare providers can write prescriptions for oral contraceptives (birth control pills), the vaginal ring (Nuva Ring), and the contraceptive patch (Ortho-Evra).

Depo Provera injections are available on-site at a cost of $91 per injection*.

Nexplanon (a device that is inserted into the upper arm and gives the option of up to 3 years of continuous birth control) can be ordered through Health Services once your insurance verification process is complete.

Plan B One Step, the emergency contraceptive pill, also is available in the clinic for a cost of $41*(Plan B is an over-the-counter drug and does not require a prescription).

*Prices subject to change without notice. 

Success Rates of Popular Contraceptive Options:

Most Effective  Intrauterine devices
(IUDs; e.g., Mirena®)
Implants
(e.g., Nexplanon)
Effective  Injectables
(e.g., Depo-Provera®)
Hormone Pills Hormone patches and rings
(e.g., NuvaRing®)
Least Effective Male or female condoms Diaphragms Fertility awareness-based methods
(e.g., rhythm method)
Highest Failure Rate Withdrawal before ejaculation Spermicide

Remember, abstinence is the only 100% effective way to prevent unplanned pregnancy.