SelectPlan for Women
A No Cost Plan for Pennsylvania Women
Many women can receive free birth control, Pap tests, STD testing and more through SelectPlan for Women - a no cost plan that covers family planning and birth control.
All services are confidential and free to you!
What services are covered under SelectPlan for Women?
SelectPlan for Women covers family planning services, some of which include:
Do I qualify for SelectPlan for Women?
You likely qualify if you:
Enrollment is easy!
Click here to fill out and submit an application on-line.
Click here to download, print, and fill out a paper application.
You can also enroll in SelectPlan for Women at any family planning clinic in Pennsylvania. Click here for a list of family planning clinics in the Philadelphia area.
When you come to your appointment, bring this information with you:
1. Social Security number
2. Birth certificate or U.S. Passport
3. PA driverís license or state-issued photo ID
4. A recent pay stub or employerís letter stating pay for a typical pay period for all working family members in your household
5. Proof of other income, such as child support
6. Insurance card if you have health insurance
If you donít have all of these documents, please bring in what you do have and the clinic staff will help get your application started.
Is there any cost to me if I enroll in SelectPlan for Women?
No. This is a FREE program. If you qualify for SelectPlan for Women, there are no co-pays for your visits, no visit limits, and no cost to you for your birth control prescriptions and medications.
What if I donít qualify for SelectPlan for Women?
If you donít qualify for SelectPlan for Women, you may qualify for other confidential, free or reduced cost family planning services available through the Family Planning Council. You will never be denied services because of inability to pay or if you donít have insurance. If circumstances change that would make you eligible for SelectPlan for Women, you can apply at any time.
How can I learn more?
If you have questions or want more information, please call toll free, 1-800-842-2020, Monday -Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m or click here.
is a program of the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Tom Corbett, Governor
Gary D. Alexander, Secretary, Department of Public Welfare