Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment (Family PACT) program.
- Listed: December 15, 2018 4:47 pm
- Expires: 998441 days, 19 hours
The Family PACT Program is administered by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS),
Office of Family Planning (OFP). OFP is responsible for program policy, program monitoring, quality
improvement, provider enrollment and program evaluation. The overall goal of the Family PACT Program
is to ensure that low-income women and men have access to health information, counseling, and family
planning services to reduce the likelihood of unintended pregnancy and to maintain optimal reproductive
health. The intent of the program is to provide eligible California women and men access to comprehensive
family planning services in order to establish the timing, number and spacing of their children and maintain
optimal reproductive health.
Client Eligibility & Enrollment
Family PACT clients are residents of California, with a family income at or below 200 percent of the
federal poverty guidelines, with no other source of family planning coverage and have a medical
necessity for family planning services. Eligibility determination and enrollment can only occur at a Family
PACT provider’s office. A Health Access Programs (HAP) Card is issued to a Family PACT client
following approval for enrollment. A Family PACT client must renew their program eligibility annually.
Client Benefits & Services
Family planning services are those relevant to
the use of contraceptive methods and include
specified reproductive health screening tests.
Family PACT covers all Food and Drug
Administration (FDA)-approved contraceptive
methods, emergency contraceptives, office
visits and interventions for the management of
complications that arise from the use of covered
Family PACT covers the diagnosis and
treatment of specific sexually transmitted
infections (STIs). In addition, the program covers
urinary tract infections (UTIs), and screening for
cervical cancer and treatment of pre-invasive
cervical lesions for women when the care is
provided coincident to a visit for the
management of a family planning method.
Family PACT Providers
The Family PACT provider network consists of
public and private sector clinician providers,
Solo providers, group providers or primary care
clinics, who currently have a National Provider
Identifier (NPI), are enrolled in good standing
with Medi-Cal, and have the family planning
skills, competency and knowledge to provide
comprehensive family planning are eligible to
apply for enrollment into Family PACT.
Providers must be able to provide the full range
of services covered by the Program. Providers
that are interested in enrolling into the Family
PACT Program must apply for enrollment by
completing and submitting an application
packet found on our website at
www.familypact.org > Providers > Provider
Find a Provider
To find a Family PACT provider, and to make
an appointment to discuss eligibility for
program services, the website has a provider
search field located at the upper right corner of
the website. Enter a zip code and a list of
Family PACT providers in a five-mile radius will
be provided. Family PACT providers can also
be found by calling 800-942-1054 and entering
in a zip code.
Family PACT Website
The Family PACT website, at
www.familypact.org is a valuable resource to
learn about the Family PACT Program.
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