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Low Cost Reproductive Health Care Services

Champaign County Health Care Consumers has created this guide to inform women and menabout local and state programs that can help them gain access to STD testing,family planning services, reproductive health screenings, and contraception.

Illinois Healthy Women (The Pink Card)

1-800-226-0768 or1-877-204-1012 (TTY)


Illinois Healthy Women is a program through the State of Illinois that can provide coverage for reproductive health exams and screenings (pap tests and mammograms), STD testing and treatment, reproductive health exams, birth control, family planning, and the HPV vaccine.

You are eligible for Illinois Healthy Women if:

  • You do not have medical benefits through a state medical program.
  • You areat least 19, and no older than 44.
  • You live in Illinois.
  • You area U.S. citizen or have been a permanent resident for at least five years.
  • You areable to become pregnant.
  • You meet the income guidelines.
 *Family Size
Monthly Income
 1  $1,915 or less
 2  $2,585 or less
 3  $3,255 or less
 4  $3,925 or less

*Family members include a spouse and children under 18 living with you.

To apply for the IllinoisHealthy Women Program:


Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IBCCP)

1-888-522-3326(toll free) or 1-800-547-0466 (TTY)


The Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program is a program of the Illinois Department of Public Health that provides free mammograms, breast exams, pelvic exams, and pap teststo uninsured women. Women that are enrolled in the IBCC Program and are diagnosed with cancer can receive treatment coverage. Women who are already diagnosed and need treatment may enroll in the IBCC Program to cover the cost of their treatment.

You are eligible for the Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program if:

  • You are uninsured.
  • You live in Illinois.
  • You arebetween 35 and 64 years old.*

*Younger women may be eligible if they are experiencing symptoms.

To apply for the Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, women can call 1-888-522-3326(1-800-547-0466 TTY) to enroll over the phone. They may also call the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, our local IBCCP agency, at (217)373-9281 to get enrolled.

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (C-UPHD) STD Clinic

201 W. Kenyon Road in Champaign



Individuals thatare 12 and older can receive STD (sexually transmitted disease) testing forchancroid, chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, hepatitis, herpes, HIV (humanimmunodeficiency virus), and syphilis at the C-UPHD STD Clinic. Testing is confidential and parental permission is not needed. You do not need to be aChampaign County resident or a U.S. citizen to receive testing.

The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District also provides pap tests, pregnancytests, and can prescribe birth control to interested individuals. 

No one is deniedservices because of their inability to pay, and low income individuals can payat a discount or can receive free services if they are unable to pay the fullamount.

To get tested, goto the C-UPHD STD Clinic at 201 W. Kenyon Road in Champaign during the open clinic hours. No appointment is necessary. 

Clinic hours are Monday through Friday from8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Planned Parenthood Champaign Health Center

302 E.Stoughton Street in Champaign



The Planned Parenthood Champaign Health Center offers abortion services, birth control, STDand HIV testing, emergency contraception (the morning after pill), pregnancy testing, reproductive health screenings and exams, and treatment of urinarytract infections and vaginal infections for women. They also offer reproductivehealth checkups and vasectomies for men.

Planned Parenthoodaccepts Medicaid, Illinois Healthy Women, and some private insurance carriers.Planned Parenthood does not offer discounts or payment on a sliding scale for services, and reproductive health services must be paid for on theday of treatment. 

Planned Parenthood Health Center hours areMonday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Want helpapplying for these programs, but don’tknow where to begin?

Contact CCHCC’s ConsumerHealth Hotline at:



We may beable to help you get the health care services that you need!

Last updated 5/13/14

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