We are funded through a variety of federal, state, and private sources, each
providing for a specific service or need.
Federal Title X, the Family Planning Act, provides our mandate for family planning
services including some funding and the regulations under which we operate.
Federal Title XX provides funding for reproductive health services for some categories
of low income patients.
Federal Title V, the Maternal and Child Health Act, provides these services for some
other categories of patients.
Federal Title XIX funds medical assistance Access cards and SelectPlan For Women.
PA Department of Health provides funding for the STD testing and treatment program and for the Healthy Woman program
and some education programs.
Private donations. We gladly accept donations from individuals or organizations to help cover the cost of providing our services. We are also a member agency of Columbia County United Way. We also recieve funding for one-time projects or needs through grants from private foundations or individuals.
Fund-raising is conducted by our Board of Directors on an on-going basis.
Patient fees There are fees for most services and theses are based on income and family size. Some patients may qualify for free service based on income. Many qualify for reduced fees. Even our full fees are usually considerably less that fees in the private sector.
Insurance payments. We accept Medical Assistance and most major health insurances. Call or check with your insurance provider to see if we are able to bill your insurance.