Free Birth Control Pills with Insurance

Free Birth Control Pills

Pill Club is a prescribing service, medication fulfillment, and program that offers free delivery of birth control packages along with fun little gifts and goodies each month! They're a HIPAA-compliant pharmacy recognized by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) with multiple pharmacy boards to dispense medication nationwide back by their Stanford physicians.

Their FAQ provides a full explanation, but long story short it allows anybody with health insurance to receive their birth control delivered straight to their house each month – all for free! They ship to all 50 states and can even prescribe birth control in 37 states!

For those without insurance, Pill Club can still cover your birth control needs for a very low out-of-pocket cost. They offer a $15 consultation fee and birth control can start as low as $20 for a 3-months supply.

However, for those with insurance, you can get birth control for free!

Sidenote: If you don't have health insurance, be sure to print HIF's free prescription drug card. It even helps lower your pet's medication costs!

If you already have an existing birth control prescription, then simply create an account and fill out your profile. They have tons of brand names pills to choose from, but if you don't see your pill of choice, you can send in a picture of whatever you need and they'll help fulfill it.

From reviews I've read, the packaging is very discreet as well. These free pills will come in a white box or envelope that reads “The Operations Team” as the return address, so there's no indications it's birth control.

Alternate Free Birth Control Programs

In addition to Pill Club, there are a few other services that offer the same free birth control! Nurx says you “get your first pack for $5 or free with insurance.”

Hers is a slightly more pricey offering that also includes prescription skincare, sex health, and hair care products.

Finally, Simple Health is another free birth control program that used to be Simple Contacts. However, after their recent pivot to birth control, they've expanded to 71 different brands of pills!

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