Sexual Health

Sexual health services include sexually transmitted infections (STI) testing and treatment, birth control consultation and prescription, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception and more.

Family PACT

Many students qualify for the Family PACT program, which provides comprehensive family planning services to low-income Californians at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I enroll?

Family PACT can help you:

  • Prevent an unplanned pregnancy
  • Protect reproductive health
  • Learn more about birth control methods 

What services are available under Family PACT?

  • Birth Control Supplies: birth control pills, condoms, contraceptive injections, contraceptive implants, intrauterine contraception, transdermal patch, emergency contraception, vaginal ring, diaphragm, cervical cap, spermicides, etc.
  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Testing and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  • Education and counseling 
  • Physical exams
  • HPV vaccines
  • Pap tests
  • Referrals for services not covered by the program

Who is eligible? 

 

How do I enroll?

Enrollment is a simple process which requires you to complete a Client Eligibility Certification (CEC) Form and bring it with you to your scheduled appointment. 

Note: You must arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment to complete the enrollment process. 

What if I already have a card?

If you already have a card and did not receive it at the Student Health and Counseling Center, be sure to inform the front office staff so we may verify the expiration date on your current card.

We encourage you to complete a new Client Eligibility Certification (CEC) form in the event that your card may require re-certification. 

Is the Family PACT program confidential?

Yes. Family planning information cannot be released without your consent. Your Family PACT Patient Rights can be found here.  

What if I do not qualify for Family PACT?

Students who do not qualify for Family PACT can still be seen for sexual health services, but charges may apply for certain lab tests or prescriptions.