Family PACT is offered at Student Health & Counseling Services.
What is Family PACT?
Family PACT stands for Family Planning, Access, Care and Treatment. It is a state administered program that pays for family planning. You do not have to pay anything for these services.
Who is eligible for Family PACT?
Family PACT is for both men and women. Your income must meet certain guidelines. You are eligible for Family PACT if:
- Your income is at or below the federal income guidelines shown in the chart below
- You are uninsured or
- You have insurance that does not include full coverage for reproductive health services or
- You have insurance but don't want to use it for reproductive health care because of privacy concerns.
Family PACT 2016 Poverty Level Income Guidelines
Effective April 1, 2016
Eligibility determination and confirmation is based on information given by your self-report. That means you don't have to bring a pay stub or other documentation to prove your eligibility. You are NOT eligible for Family PACT if:
- You are Pregnant
- You have been sterilized
- You are menopausal
- You are a female over 55 or a male over 60
- You have Full-Scope Medi-CAL or Insurance
What Does Family PACT Cover?
You can get the following services at Student Health & Counseling Services:
- Birth Control Methods
- Emergency Contraceptive Pill
- Treatment for sexually transmitted infections
- Pregnancy Testing
- PAP Smears
- Treatment for female urinary tract infections
- HIV Screening
- Education & Counseling about reproductive health and referrals for other services
Family PACT does not pay for abortion or primary care once you become pregnant.
How do I enroll for Family PACT?
Complete the application and bring a printed copy to the front desk at Student Health & Counseling Services.
To find out more about Family PACT, stop by Student Health & Counseling Services.
Family PACT Notice of Privacy Practices