Maine Family Planning provides affordable reproductive health care services for all Mainers, as well as primary care, help for new parents and families, and gender-affirming health services. Some of our services are available online.
Whether you want to volunteer for Maine Family Planning, donate to our organization, contact your legislators, attend one of our events, or otherwise help to advance reproductive justice, you’re in the right place. Maine Family Planning offers ample opportunities to get involved—and we can only do our work with folks like you. We look forward to hearing from you and standing together for reproductive health care access and rights.
Navigating your personal healthcare can be tricky and it’s normal to have a lot of questions. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, please call 207-922-3222 and speak with one of our knowledgeable staff members.
A Virtual Visit lets you see an expert Maine Family Planning provider without having to travel or leave home. A telehealth appointment is a lot like your regular in-person visit, just over video. All you need is Internet access and a smartphone, tablet, or computer with a camera.learn more here
There are three ways to access emergency contraception in Maine.learn more here
All of our services are confidential. We encourage all teens to discuss their family planning visit with their parents or guardians. And we’re happy to report that more than half of our young patients tell us that they have talked with a parent or guardian about their decision to visit a family planning clinic.learn more here
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