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In addition to the many free services available to you as a currently enrolled student at Cal State Northridge, you may also qualify for additional free services through the Family PACT program, at the Klotz Student Health Center!
The Family PACT Program (Planning, Access, Care, Treatment) is a state funded program that provides clinical services as well as education, counseling and treatment for family planning and reproductive health at no cost to low-income residents filling a critical gap in health care. You are eligible if you live in California, are at risk of pregnancy or causing a pregnancy, have a gross family income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty level (currently $1700/month, for an individual), and have no other source of health care coverage for family planning services. You are also eligible if you want family planning services but need to keep those services confidential from your partner, spouse or parent. Eligibility may differ depending on your marital status and spouse's income. Family PACT is administered by the Department of Health Services, Office of Family Planning.
If you live in California, are a woman under age 55 or a man under age 60, and your personal income is under $1700/month (eligibility may differ depending on marital status and spouse's income), Family PACT may provide you with birth control information, Pap smears, pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing and treatment, and contraceptives including condoms, spermicides, hormonal methods such as birth control pills, the Evra Patch, Nuvaring, and emergency contraception.
To find out if you are eligible, complete a Family PACT Client Eligibility Certification (CEC) form. You can get a form at the Klotz Student Health Center or download a form. If you download and complete the form, bring the form to the lab reception area window in the health center. The CEC form must be submitted in person at the health center. Do not fax or mail the form to the health center. Download CEC form. The Family PACT representative is available in the lab reception area,
Monday-Thursday 9:00am-11:00am and 2:00pm-4:00pm.
To learn if you can benefit from Family PACT at the Klotz Student Health Center, we suggest you come in and meet with the Family PACT representative to determine eligibility before your next scheduled appointment. After a brief eligibility and orientation session, if you qualify, you may be ready to take advantage of the benefits as early as the next business day.
To learn more about the Family PACT program at the Klotz Student Health Center, call 818 677–3651.
Visit the Family PACT website.
To locate other Family PACT providers in your area, call (800) 942-1054.