Clinical Services

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic offers comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for teens and adults of all genders, backgrounds, and income levels.

We provide high-quality, confidential, client-centered service to everyone seeking care. For more details about our clinic practices see our Client Bill of Rights.

KBFPC offers low or no-cost options to those who qualify for our sliding fee scale. We also encourage those with private insurance or Medicaid coverage to seek care with us: by coming to the Clinic, you are helping ensure our work and services remain accessible to all.

For more information on clinical services please visit our FAQ and resource page or contact us directly.

Financial Programs

KBFPC receives financial support from client and community donations, and from the State of Alaska through two programs that help make our care accessible to all: Alaska Breast + Cervical (AK B+C) Screening Assistance Program and the Title X Family Planning program.

Enrollment in either program is based on an income assessment which includes a client’s family/household size and monthly or annual income, and Clinic staff can help determine client eligibility. For more information on KBFPC’s income guidelines for these programs, click here. Private insurance and Medicaid are also accepted.

Title x

Family Planning Program

Provided by the State of Alaska with funding from the Office of Population Affairs , the Title X Family Planning Program is the only federal grant program dedicated solely to providing individuals with comprehensive sexual, reproductive, and related preventive health services. Many of KBFPC’s services qualify for a discount through the program, and costs for eligible clients are determined on a sliding fee scale that is based on income and family size.

Alaska Breast + Cervical

Screening Assistance Program

Provided by the State of Alaska with funding from the CDC, the AK B+C Program helps cover the cost of screening and diagnostic services for prevention and early detection of breast and cervical cancers. Clients ages 21-64 with qualifying income and family size are eligible, regardless of insurance status, unless they have Medicare Part B coverage. Clients screened and diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer through the AK B+C program may also be eligible to have treatment paid for by Medicaid.