You have the right to free or low-cost reproductive health care even if you don’t have health insurance or can’t afford it on your own. You also have the right to apply for health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (sometimes called “Obamacare”). If you are on someone else’s insurance and are worried about privacy, you can protect your confidential health information by submitting a Confidential Communications Request (CCR) to the insurance provider.
- Visit Covered California to see if a private health insurance plan is right for you.
- It might make more sense for you to use one of these California programs, which can help you pay for your reproductive and sexual health care.
- Find out where to go and who to call – whether you need confidential health services, emergency contraception, or just to talk to someone.
- If you think your reproductive rights have been violated, contact the ACLU to help protect your right to make your own decisions about pregnancy and birth control.
- If you or someone you know is being abused by a loved one, get help.