Family Planning - South Island
Community Health Service
Family Planning provides sexual and reproductive health services from 30 clinics across New Zealand. Anyone can come to a Family Planning Clinic – many have drop in sessions with no need for an appointment.
Our clinical services are free for New Zealand residents under 22 years. For those with a Community Services Card, a visit to one of our clinics is $5. For all other New Zealand Residents a visit costs either $50 for a procedure appointment or $40 for a standard appointment.
We provide contraception, including long acting reversible contraception (IUDs, IUSs – Mirena and contraceptive implants). Our clinic staff can also help with STI testing and treatment, pregnancy testing, advice and referral if required, cervical screening, menopause, pre menstrual syndrome and much more. An early medical abortion service is available at our Tauranga clinic for people living within the Bay of Plenty District Health Board area.
We also offer clinical training for doctors, nurses and midwives. This training includes the Family Planning Certificate in Contraception and Sexual Health.
Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke
How do I access this service?
Contact us, Make an appointment, Walk in
For New Zealand Residents
- Our services are free for people under 22 years
- $5 for people with a CSC (Community Services Card)
- $40 for all other NZ Residents for a standard appointment
- $50 for all other NZ Residents for a procedure appointment
68 Seymour Street, Blenheim
15 Durham Street, Rangiora
9 Washington Way, Christchurch
14 Butler Street, Timaru
95 Hanover Street, Dunedin
Sexual and reproductive health
- Pregnancy testing
- STI testing and treatment
Pregnancy and parenting
Screening and prevention
- Cervical screening
Family / whānau
- Parenting education
Mother and child / Māmā and pēpi
- Parenting education
- Young mums
Canterbury, Central Lakes, Dunedin - South Otago, Nelson Marlborough, South Canterbury, Southland, Waitaki, West Coast
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This page was last updated at 4:00PM on March 1, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Family Planning - South Island.