||Our mission is to provide affordable reproductive and sexual health services to women, men, and teens. This includes annual exams, birth control, sexual health and family planning counseling as well as STD/STI testing and treatment. All services are confidential and affordable.
- Annual Women's Exams
- Pap Smear, Pelvic and Breast Exams
- Pregnancy Testing, Education, Counseling, and Resources
- Birth control Counseling and Education
- Birth Control Supplies: Condoms, Oral Contraceptives, Nuvarings, IUD, and Nexplanon,
- Emergency Contraceptive Pills: Plan B, "the morning after pill"
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- (STI / STD): testing, education, and counseling for males and females
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings
- Women's Wellness Connection
- This program provides free breast cancer screenigns for Colorado women between 40 - 64 years old, and cervical cancer screenings for Colorado women between ages 21-64. Breast exams, pap tests, and pelvic exams are included. Mammograms are available for women 40 and older, or any women with abnormal screening results.
Eligibility: This program is for uninsured or underinsured Colorado residents who are legal citizens/permanent residents of the United States. Income guidelines must be met.
Visit the WWC website to determine eligibility.
- Susan G. Komen Colorado seeks to ensure that all people, regardless of race, income, geographic location, sexual orientation or insurance status, have access to breast health screening, and if diagnosed with cancer, have access to quality effective treatment and support services.
Eligibility: This program is for uninsured or underinsured Colorado residents regardless of immigration status. Income must be less than 300% of the federal poverty level. Komen funds are used as a payer of last resort, although a person who is deemed underinsured (subject to a high deductible for diagnostic services) may still be able to utilize Komen funds.
- Call us if:
- You would like further information about birth control options.
- You want to start using a specific method of birth control that requires a prescription or needs to be inserted by a health care provider.
- You have had unprotected intercourse or method failure (for example, a broken condom) within the past 72 hours, and you do not want to become pregnant.