FAQ

What is Title X?
The Title X Family Planning Program is a federal program that provides affordable birth control and reproductive health care to people with low incomes.

What does the Title X Family Planning program fund?
The Title X Family Planning program funds community health agencies that provide birth control, cancer screenings, STI testing and treatment, services for survivors of sexual assault, and well-woman exams. The program also helps people both achieve and prevent pregnancy.

Who qualifies for Title X?
The Title X Family Planning program mostly serves people with low incomes, who couldn’t otherwise afford health care on their own.

Family planning service fees are determined on a sliding fee scale, based on a person’s income. Patients should contact their clinic directly to find out what documentation they may need to provide. Click here to find a full list of participating clinics.

What clinics accept Title X?
Visit our clinic locator for more information! 

How many Nebraskans get covered by Title X?
In 2014, it was estimated that 118,170 women, between the ages 13-44, were in need of publicly supported contraceptive services and supplies in Nebraska.
In 2017, the state program provided unbiased medical care and counseling to nearly 30,000 Nebraskans, including birth control and other basic reproductive health care, including cancer screenings, STI testing and treatment, and well-woman exams. It helps people both achieve and prevent pregnancy.