Visit our clinic locator page to find a clinic near you and click on their contact information to make an appointment.

Services at a Title X clinic will be free or low-cost. Your fee will be determined by a sliding fee scale – the clinic will use your household income and the number of people you live with to help to determine the fee. Insurance is never required to be seen at a Title X clinic.

Insurance is never required to be seen at a Title X clinic. If you don’t have insurance, your services will be free or low-cost. Your fee is determined a sliding fee scale that goes by your household income and the number of people you live with.

Teens, if you don’t have insurance, we’ll only use your income (not your parents’).

Everything you share during your visit is private and confidential, except in cases where abuse is suspected (all of our healthcare providers are mandatory reporters). Abuse includes physical abuse, incest, rape of a minor, coercion, etc.

We encourage teens to bring or talk to their parents, but parental involvement isn’t required to be seen at a Title X clinic.

Because of these confidentiality policies, if your child has received services from a Title X clinic, the clinic is not able to discuss your child’s family planning visit or release medical records without the patient’s written consent.

All services and information shared during a visit are confidential and not shared with anyone, including your parents/guardians. However, we always encourage you to talk to your parents/guardians about your health and healthcare choices.

You can visit our Clinic Locator page to find the clinic closest to you, as well as see your options for travel. We include directions and list options on how to get to the clinic closest to you.

Title X clinics have translation services readily available and may even have staff on-site who speak your language. A telephone or video call may be required to translate, but all locations will make sure you can communicate with your provider.

It’s important to know that everybody and every body has different needs – and each person may have a particular form of birth control that is best for them. And, the best method for you can change over time. It’s good to schedule an appointment with a trained clinician who can discuss all of the options available to you. You can also visit our birth control information page to learn about each method and its side effects.

The only way to know for sure if you have an STI is to get tested.  Many STIs don’t cause any symptoms that you would notice, and you can get an STI from having sex with someone who has no symptoms.

If you have had unprotected intercourse and you have any of the symptoms listed, you should visit with your healthcare provider:

  • Unusual discharge from the vagina or penis
  • Pain or burning while urinating
  • Pain during intercourse (for women)
  • Blistery sores
  • Warts on genitals

It’s important for both women and men to get tested regularly. Use a condom every time you have sex – even if you or your sexual partner is using other contraception, like the pill, IUD, injections, or implant.

The first step is to come into a Nebraska Title X closest to you for a pregnancy test. If you are pregnant, clinic staff will help counsel you on your options and provide referrals.

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