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Family Planning

Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County


Milton Location

8 a.m.–5 p.m.

8 a.m.–noon

Midway Location

8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Planning for the Future 

The Family Planning program provides contraceptive services without regard to religion, race, color, national origin, handicapping condition, age, sex, number of pregnancies, or marital status. This program provides services in a manner which protects the dignity of the individual.

The Family Planning Program offers:

  • education
  • counseling
  • medical evaluation
  • pregnacy testing
  • contraceptive supplies and information

These are provided to help women who need contraception, want to exercise their personal choice, plan their families and ensure their reproductive health.

This service is provided on a sliding fee scale determined by income and is strictly confidential.

Family Planning Medicaid Waiver 

The Medicaid Waiver for Family Planning is a special Medicaid waiver that extends for up to two years Medicaid coverage for women age 14-55 who have lost their full Medicaid coverage. Medicaid for Family Planning is limited to annual physical exams and pap tests, birth control including outpatient tubal ligations, and pregnancy tests. It will pay for STD and colposcopy services if performed within six weeks of the physical exam.

Women who have had a recent pregnancy will be automatically enrolled in the program for their first year of coverage. Other women wanting to apply should complete the application and mail it to:

FDOH-Santa Rosa
P.O. Box 929
Milton, FL 32572

It can also be dropped off at the Milton location. Proof of identity and proof of income must be submitted with the application.

The waiver is available for download from Florida Department of Health Family Planning Program.

Information About Birth Control 

For information concerning the various types of birth control, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -Â Contraception page.