The Family Planning, Access, Care, Treatment (Family PACT) is a federally funded program that helps people avoid getting pregnant or causing a pregnancy when they are not ready. Family PACT covers the cost of many birth control methods as well as the cost of testing, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and vaginal infections.
To qualify for Family PACT, you must be a California resident and meet eligibility criteria. All Family PACT information is confidential and program enrollment is voluntary. Students are free to withdraw from the program at any time or to refuse any service. Eligible students will receive a Health Access Program (HAP) card when they enroll in the program. The card can be used at any provider that offers Family PACT in California.
Note: SFSU Office of International Programs (OIP) advises international students that enrolling in Family PACT may place their visa in jeopardy.
Family PACT only works in California. If you are leaving California, make sure you have a sufficient supply of your birth control prescription to take with you.
Any pharmacy in California, such as Safeway, Walgreens, CVS, Costco, etc., can fill your Family PACT prescription. Bring your HAP card to the pharmacy when you go to drop off or pick up your prescription.
To have a current Family PACT prescription transferred from SHS Pharmacy to an outside pharmacy in California, bring your prescription container with its label to your preferred pharmacy, and the pharmacist can call the SHS Pharmacy at (415) 338-1710.