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you’re in control of your sexual health

Virtual appointments for birth control and other care are available in Nebraska

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What is virtual

Virtual healthcare can be a video call or a phone call with a doctor or nurse, depending on the type of care needed and what you’re most comfortable with.

Some sexual healthcare services, like getting a prescription for birth control, are simple to access through a virtual appointment and don’t require an in-person visit.

As long as you have a phone or internet connection, you can connect with a provider when and where it works best for you — whether you’re at home, at school, at work or in your car.

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  • South Central

  • Panhandle

What to expect with virtual healthcare

Access Your Appointment

Before your appointment, your healthcare provider will send you instructions about how to connect with them by phone or video call.

Discuss Your Needs

During the appointment, a provider will discuss your healthcare needs, answer questions and provide the same standard of care as they would during an in-person appointment.

Next Steps

At the end of the appointment, your provider will guide you through next steps to ensure you can access the care you need.

Common questions about virtual healthcare

Common questions about virtual healthcare

What types of sexual and reproductive healthcare can I access virtually?

Prescriptions for birth control, emergency contraception, pregnancy counseling and STI consultation are available by phone call or video chat.

How much will I pay?

Clinics found through this website offer free or low-cost services — and insurance is never required. Your cost is based on your income and the number of people in your home.

What about my privacy?

Virtual healthcare meets all safety and privacy standards of in-person visits. Your visit is completely confidential and your information will not be shared without your permission.

What is In Control?

In Control is an initiative supported by Nebraska Family Planning (NEFP) to help Nebraskans access virtual, affordable healthcare. NEFP believes everyone deserves access to equitable and quality reproductive and sexual healthcare.

NEFP provides resources, education, and funding to a network of partners to ensure access to sexual and reproductive healthcare for free or at low-cost to people across the state. NEFP works to promote sexual and reproductive well-being for all Nebraskans.

Want to know more?

Explore birth control options

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Family planning resources

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Centers for Disease Control

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