COVID-19 Updates

Family Planning Program

Logo of three colored figures of different sizes meant to represent two parents and a child.

Low- or no-cost clinical services are provided in public health offices statewide and some community and school-based health centers. Clinical services include birth control, counseling, and laboratory tests.

The NM Family Planning Program also supports community-based programming for teens, including service learning and positive youth development programs, comprehensive sex education and adult-teen communication programs.

NOTE TO CLINICAL STAFF: For our protocol, forms, and training information, please visit the Providers section of our website. Thank you!



NM Family Planning Program helps to reduce unintended pregnancy by:

  • Providing a broad range of family planning and related health services; and,
  • Addressing the reproductive and other health needs of hard-to-reach and low-income populations through outreach activities.

Who can go to family planning clinics?

  • Anyone may request services.
  • New Mexico state law allows teens to receive these services without a parent's permission.
  • You do not have to be a US citizen to get clinic services.

Learn More

Please take a moment to visit these pages for more information about what we have to offer:

For even more information on family planning, browse through our Publications, Health Data, and Resources pages.

The clinic locator to the left allows you to search by city/state or zip code to find low-cost or no-cost family planning services near you. If you can't find a clinic or can't find the answer to your question, call 505-476-8882.

Recent Activity

News Articles



Health Data