Family Planning Services
Reproductive Healthcare Centers in Crawford County
Our Family Planning Services at Meadville Medical Center (MMC) and Titusville
delivers high quality, affordable and reproductive related preventative
health services to our patients. The offices help women and men decide
for themselves the number, timing and spacing of their children. We provide
care regardless of insurance status or income. Accessible, patient-centered
family planning services are central to our mission of helping women and
their families lead healthier lives. In addition to family planning services,
we are a trusted provider of gynecological care, STD testing, preventative
vaccinations, breast/cervical screenings and early pregnancy care and
referral for women and their families. For your convenience,
click here to view your Family Planning Services brochure.
Family Planning Services include:
- male and female starting at age 9
- insured, underinsured and uninsured patients
At no or low cost, our services provide:
- Pap tests and pelvic exams
- Free to low cost birth control
- Pregnancy verification
- Free STD testing, screening and treatment
- Free mammogram/ultrasound voucher program
- Healthy Women Program which offers free breast and cervical cancer screening
- Teen Program
- Outreach education and resource materials (We travel to high schools and
colleges. Education and testing can be done onsite)
- Free HIV screening and pre/post counseling
This page contains information about the services we provide, and answers
common questions our Meadville reproductive health providers receive.
Qualified staff members can provide educational programming to increase
community awareness on a variety of topics, including women's healthcare,
contraception, and services of Family Planning. Factual information for
parents who need help in teaching their children about sexuality is also
This service is sponsored by Community Health Services, Inc. Family Planning
is supported in part by the United States Department of Health and Human
Services (HHS), the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Adagio Health.
747 Terrace Street, Meadville, PA 16335; phone: (814) 333-7088
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
417 N. Monroe Street, Titusville, PA 16354; phone: (814) 333-7088
Office Hours: Mondays - Hours vary depending on the need - typically 9:00
am - 3:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can come to Family Planning?
The services are available to anyone regardless of age, sex, race, marital
status, income, legal residence, or national origins.
How much will it cost?
Patients are charged for the services at the time of their visit using
a sliding fee scale. You may be eligible for reduced fees or free care
depending upon your age, family income, and family size.
How do I make an appointment?
Appointments may be scheduled during office hours, which are 8:00 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. daily by calling (814) 333-7088.
What if I am not ready to have children?
Contraceptive methods can be provided on-site after you have made an informed
choice about the method that you prefer. A physical examination and lab
tests are done to help the medical practitioner determine the safest method
for you and your partner.
What if I have all the children I want?
Our staff is available to explain permanent methods of birth control to
you and your partner. We can assist in making arrangements for you to
have a vasectomy (male), or to have your tubes tied (female).
What if I think I'm pregnant?
An appointment can be made at Family Planning for pregnancy testing. Results
can be received the same day from a urine specimen. Counseling will be
given to assist in learning about resources available for further medical care.
What if I'm worried about infection or venereal disease?
"Sexually transmitted disease" (STD) is a term that includes
many diseases or infections that can be passed from one person to another
sexually. If you feel that you or your partner may have symptoms of an
STD, it is very important that you seek medical attention for diagnosis
and treatment. The Family Planning staff will provide information, examination,
and treatment if you have an infection or disease.
Do you offer other services for women?
The HealthyWoman Project can offer pelvic exams, pap smears, clinical
breast exams, and mammograms at no cost for women 40 and over who cannot
afford them. There are also funding sources available if additional testing
or procedures are needed.
Further questions, contact:
Brooke Beck, Family Planning Services, Clinic Coordinator