Many young people in Texas struggle to afford health insurance

About one out of every three young adults in Texas is uninsured.  Fortunately, there are free or low-cost ways to access birth control, STI screening and treatment, pap smears, and other reproductive healthcare, as well as full-coverage healthcare.

Marketplace Insurance

Free or subsidized health insurance is available through the federal Marketplace. Open enrollment begins in November, but you may be able to enroll if you are low-income or have experienced certain qualifying life events. Full health coverage may be cheaper than you think.

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Healthy Texas Women and Family Planning Program

More than 2,000 Texas doctors participate in the Healthy Texas Women and Family Planning programs, which covers basic reproductive health care for many Texans. Find out if you qualify!

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Title X

There are about 200 Title X (Ten) clinics across Texas. These clinics offer reproductive healthcare services on a sliding scale and nobody is turned away for inability to pay. Visit the Every Body Texas website to find a clinic.

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In Texas, there are a number of programs available to help you access birth control and other health care. Find out what programs you may be eligible for.

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