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please call our Twin Falls Office at




To schedule an appointment,
please call our Burley Office at




To schedule an appointment,
please call our Jerome Office at




To schedule an appointment,
please call our Bellevue Office at


Family planning and reproductive health

We promote pregnancy preparedness, reproductive health, and healthy behaviors that reduce risks to individual and family health. Services include clinics that offer examinations, pregnancy testing, counseling, education, referral, and contraceptives. HIV/AIDS counseling and testing, and confidential sexually transmitted disease diagnosis and treatment, are also available. Services are by appointment.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact your local public health office.


  • Clinical Services

  • Clinic Schedules

  • Fees

  • Birth Control

  • STDs
  • Family Planning
    Advisory Committee

*Family Planning Clinics in Twin Falls Will Close on July 25*


Print and Fill Out This Release of Information Form to have your Family Planning Records Transferred to a New Provider


South Central Public Health District provides the following clinical services.

  • Birth control information, method selection, and supplies

  • Counseling, referrals, or assistance for tubals and vasectomies

  • Emergency contraception

  • Pregnancy testing, counseling, and referral

  • Referral services for prenatal care and problem pregnancies

  • Physical exams and screenings

  • Breast exams and Pap smears

  • Sexually transmitted disease screening

  • Self-exam education

  • HIV/AIDS counseling and testing

  • Confidential sexually transmitted disease diagnosis and treatment

Family Planning / Reproductive Health / Sexually Transmitted Diseases

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact your local public health office. Clinics with contraceptive services are provided in Bellevue (788-4335), Jerome (324-8838), and Twin Falls (737-5966). Hours and days are flexible and may change.

Please call for an appointment.

Location

Day of the Week

Time

Bellevue Office

Wednesday

9:40 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Burley Office

First and Third Friday of the month

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Jerome Office

Second and Fourth Friday of the month

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Twin Falls Office

*Family Planning Clinics in Twin Falls Will Close on
July 25*

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Fees and Policies

Fees for Family and Children's Health Services are assessed according to client income and family unit size. Clients who decline to provide the income and family size information necessary to determine their appropriate fee category are assessed fees at the full fee category.

  • Income Guidelines for Family and Children's Health Services Fee Schedule
    (Protocol .151-A)

  • Family and Children's Health Services Fees-FY 2014 effective July 1, 2013
    (Protocol .151-B)

Birth Control

South Central Public Health District provides a wide range of birth control measures including:

  • Contraception services to teens;

  • Pregnancy testing in the Bellevue, Jerome, and Twin Falls offices; and

  • Referral services for prenatal care and problem pregnancies.

South Central Public Health District offers confidential STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) diagnosis and treatment. Please call for an appointment.2010 STD Guidelines

STD Factsheets

Links

CDC factsheets and brochures

The Naked Truth

 

 

Family Planning Advisory Committee

The Family Planning Advisory Committee consists of five to nine members of the eight-county health district. Committee members represent the population of South Central Public Health District's service area. The committee convenes three to four times each year.

Title X of the Public Health Service Act of 1970 requires that grantees (such as SCPHD) provide all informational and educational materials developed under the project to a committee for review and approval prior to distribution. This ensures that the materials are suitable for the population or community to whom they are to be made available, and that materials meet the set purposes of Title X. Materials are not disseminated which are not approved by the Advisory Committee.

The committee considers: cultural backgrounds of individuals for whom the materials are intended; standards of the population or community to be served with respect to such materials; material content to ensure that information is accurate and suitable for the population for which it is intended.

In addition, the Advisory Committee is kept abreast of Family Planning program data, projects. If you would like further information, contact our Family Planning Coordinator at (208) 737-5971.

Last Updated July 23, 2014 4:24 PM © 2008 South Central Public Health District