Welcome to Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic…

We are a member-supported organization providing high-quality, low cost reproductive healthcare for women, men and families of the southern Kenai Peninsula.

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic (KBFPC) offers a range of confidential clinical services for men and women, as well as youth education programs and community health outreach. Insurance is accepted, and low- or no-cost options are available.

We offer a full range of clinical services for reproductive health care for men and women in a welcoming, confidential atmosphere. Low-cost and no-cost options available and insurance accepted. Learn More
KBFPC’s Women’s Health Outreach Program reaches medically underserved women by combining door-to-door outreach and public events. Learn More
The R.E.C. Room (a Youth Resource & Enrichment Co-Op) provides teens with a safe space to learn about fostering healthy relationships and making healthy choices. Learn More
“Not just in Homer or Alaska, but in the world – there’s not many people like you. You guys are awesome!”
Client Comment, Nov. 2012
“I love that you serve everyone, people with insurance or people without a dime, and everybody gets the same welcoming and supportive treatment.”
Client Comment, May 2013
“I don’t want to go anywhere else. KBFPC is the best clinic I have ever had an exam in. Very professional, they always make me feel comfortable”
Client Comment, Jan. 2013

Help us continue offering high quality, low-cost reproductive health care to families on the lower Kenai Peninsula. We appreciate your support!

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Resiliency Run & Ride Sunday August 30th

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Outreach Position Available!

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