COVID-19 Update: Getting birth control without leaving home
Most The Right Time health centers are offering telehealth appointments by phone or video. Some are able to get birth control delivered to your door. And some continue to offer in-person appointments. So what to do? Just follow these four steps.
One. Find information on the services being offered by The Right Time health centers.
Two. Locate The Right Time health center nearest you (just enter your ZIP code, town, and/or city in the box on the page).
Three. Call The Right Time health center to schedule your appointment.
Four. Talk to your friendly The Right Time health provider!
That’s it. Simple.
A few things to keep in mind:
- As always, your appointment will be private.
- No insurance? No problem. All The Right Time health centers offer free or low-cost birth control.
- As you might expect, although The Right Time health centers offer all methods of birth control, the types of birth control that can be delivered to your door are limited.
Stay home. Stay well.
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