Family Planning

Woman in exam room with doctor

The Cheyenne Laramie County Public Health Family Planning clinic provides confidential, comprehensive, high-quality family planning and reproductive health services for adults and adolescents of any economic status.

We accept Medicaid and most private insurances, as well as provide services on a sliding fee scale to those who qualify.

Clinic Hours:
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

To schedule an appointment for Family Planning medical or counseling services, please call 307.633.4000.

Family Planning Services

If you have a medical concern outside our clinic’s capabilities, we can refer you to a private physician for follow-up and possible treatment. We can also make referrals to various Laramie County agencies on your behalf for cancer services (breast, cervical and testicular), financial assistance, prenatal care, drug and/or alcohol abuse, and counseling.

Our staff is also available for presentations to community groups and schools on a variety of subjects. To schedule, call 307.633.4000 or stop by our office at 100 Central Avenue.


With regards to birth control services: We encourage all new family planning patients to receive instruction on the male and female reproductive anatomy. This instruction covers all contraceptive methods, including their correct use, effectiveness, side effects, possible dangers, and advantages/disadvantages of all methods. Instruction also includes abstinence as a viable alternative.

  • Birth control
    • Non-hormonal methods
      • IUD
      • Fertility awareness
      • Abstinence
    • Hormonal methods
      • Pills
      • Birth control shot
      • Vaginal ring
      • IUD
      • Implant
      • Patch
      • Emergency Contraception Plan B
  • Breast cancer screening
  • HIV testing
  • Pap smears
  • Pelvic exams
  • Reproductive wellness exams for all gender identities
  • Pregnancy testing
  • STI testing and treatment


  • Confidential services for adolescents
  • Contraceptive method options
  • Encouraging parent-child communication regarding reproductive concerns, sexuality and contraception
  • Healthy relationships
  • Non-directional pregnancy counseling


We accept Medicaid and most private insurances. Proof of insurance must be presented upon check in.

Yes! We provide services on a sliding fee scale based on your family size and income. If your income and family size place you at 100% or below the Federal Poverty Level, services are provided at no cost. For adolescents, income level is based on the adolescent’s income, not their parents’ income. To establish placement on the sliding fee scale, we’ll need to verify your household income. Suggested forms of verification include your most recent tax returns or 3 consecutive paycheck stubs.

Under Title X guidelines, teenagers (13-17 years old) do not need their parents’ permission for healthcare services, including birth control, pregnancy tests, or testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. We encourage minors to talk with their parents or other trusted adults about their thoughts and feelings about birth control and their visit to a family planning clinic.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 states: “No person of the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, marital status or income, be excluded from participation, be denied the benefit of, be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

By law, (Wyoming) Title X Clinics do not perform, promote, refer for, support or fund abortion as a method of family planning. Clients requesting information on pregnancy options receive nondirective counseling on all legal options, including prenatal care, adoption and abortion.