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Reproductive Health

NCHD's Reproductive Health Program provides quality services to help meet your reproductive health and birth control needs. 

Billing for this program is based on a sliding fee scale in relation to income. If you have health insurance, our services can be billed to your insurance. The majority of our clients qualify for free or low-cost services. Our services are provided by a professional staff and confidentiality is maintained. We do not deny service for inability to pay. 

Services We Provide

  • Breast and pelvic exams, pap smears, testicular exams

  • STI testing (Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis and HIV)

  • Pregnancy testing

  • Birth control methods

  • Emergency contraception

  • Abstinence counseling

  • Basic fertility counseling

  • Contraceptive implant insertion/removal

  • Contraceptive IUD insertion/removal

Not all services are available at every office. To find out how we can best help you, please call 877-795-0646

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Birth Control Methods OFFERED

Nexplanon- A very effective contraceptive method, a tiny rod inserted under the skin of the upper arm. It prevents pregnancy for three years. Pretty cool, huh? For more information Click here.
IUDs- There are two types of the very effective IUDs, one is hormonal and the other is non-hormonal. Both are placed in the uterus to prevent pregnancy. Depending on the type chosen, IUDs can prevent pregnancy for three to ten years. For more information Click here.
Depo-Provera- Depo-Provera is a shot that prevents pregnancy for three months. So every three months, you will need another shot to avoid becoming pregnant. For more information Click here.

Contraceptive Ring - A small flexible ring inserted into the vagina every three weeks to prevent pregnancy. For more information Click here.

Birth Control Pills- These have been around for 50 years! You take one pill at the same time every day to prevent pregnancy. For more information Click here.
Condoms- With hundreds of different shapes, sizes , and brands, condoms are the most popular form of birth control. Condoms are offered for free at all of our offices. Stop by at any time to pick up as many as you need, no questions asked. For more information Click here. 

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

*Chlamydia-  A common STI that can infect any sexually active person. Routine testing is important because a person may not have any symptoms of the infection. Chlamydia is treatable, if left untreated it can make it difficult to become pregnant. We can test for chlamydia Need more info?
*Gonorrhea- A common STI that can infect any sexually active person. Routine testing is important because a person may not have any symptoms of the infection. Gonorrhea is treatable, if left untreated it may cause complications. We can test for gonorrhea. Need more info?
Trichomoniasis- A common STI that can infect any sexually active person. Women may experience vaginal symptoms while men may not have any symptoms. 
Need more info?
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Human Papillomavirus (HPV)- Nearly all sexually active men and women get HPV in their lifetime. Most of the time it goes away on its own, but when it doesn't it can cause serious health problems. Need more info?
Herpes- About one of every six people age 14-49 in the United States has Genital Herpes. It can be spread through vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone with the disease even if there are no physical signs of it. Need more info?
**Syphilis- Can have very serious complications if not treated, but is easily treated and cured. Need more info?

*We can test and treat for these STIs.
**We can test and connect you to treatment.
For more information consider one of the following resources:

Clinic Schedules
For appointments in any of our offices, please call 970-867-4918 ext. 2231
walk-ins as available 


Logan County

in Sterling on Wednesdays

Morgan County

in Fort Morgan Mondays and Thursdays


Phillips County

in Holyoke on Tuesdays

Sedgwick County 

in Julesburg on 1st Tuesday of each month


Washington County 

in Akron on 1st Tuesday of each month

Yuma County

in Yuma on Thursdays

If you'd like more information about our Reproductive Health Program, or for urgent needs, please contact our family planning coordinator

Brandee Simpson, BSN, RN 
(970) 867-4918 x 2232 

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