The Minnesota Family Planning Program (MFPP) covers only family planning services (including related supplies) and transportation services to and from providers of family planning services. You can apply for short-term coverage at certain clinics or apply for a full year of coverage by completing a MFPP paper application.
The information on this page does not cover all program rules. To find out whether you qualify, you must apply.
To get coverage, you:
Must be a Minnesota resident
Must be a U.S. citizen or qualified noncitizen
Cannot be pregnant
Cannot be enrolled in Medical Assistance
Must meet the income limit of 200 percent of the federal poverty level
What is the income limit?
The income limit (PDF) and whose income is counted depend on who lives with you. If you are under the age of 21 and live with your parents or spouse, you do not have to give us information about their income.
What is the asset limit?
There is no asset limit. Assets are items like cars, checking and savings accounts, your home and financial investments.
What if I have other insurance?
You must tell us about other insurance you have, unless telling us would put you at risk of physical or emotional harm.
Covered services include:
Family planning office visits and education
Various birth control methods
Diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases found during a family planning visit
transportation to and from a provider of family planning services
The program does not pay for abortions.
How much do I pay?
There is no cost to you for these services if you qualify.
Go to a certified MFPP provider, who can help you apply for short-term coverage that starts right away and lasts up to two months and ongoing coverage that lasts up to a year.
What if I am under 18 years old?
If you are under 18 years old, you do not need anyone’s permission to apply for this program. We have an obligation to maintain your privacy rights. You can have information you get from us mailed to an address of your choosing.
Contact the Minnesota Family Planning Program office at 651-431-3480 or 888-702-9968.