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Free Birth Control Waitlist

Proudly sponsored by the Government of Canada’s innovative national pharmacare plan. This initiative aims to ensure equitable access to essential prescription contraceptives for all Canadians. 

About the Program:

The Government of Canada’s national pharmacare plan is committed to breaking down barriers to accessing essential prescription contraceptives. Under this initiative, a variety of birth control methods, including pills, implants, IUDs, vaginal rings, contraceptive injections, and emergency contraceptives, will be available free of charge to eligible individuals.

By offering free access to these contraceptives, the program aims to empower individuals to make informed choices about their reproductive health without financial constraints. Whether for family planning or medical reasons, every woman will have the freedom to choose the contraceptive method that best suits her needs.

Join us in supporting this initiative by signing up for our Free Birth Control Waitlist today. Together, we can ensure that all Canadians have equitable access to essential reproductive healthcare services.

Join our waitlist

To join our waitlist, simply fill out the form below with your name and email address. 

By signing up, you will receive regular updates and information on how to access free birth control once it becomes available under the national pharmacare plan.

Quick Facts:

  • The national pharmacare plan will offer free access to a variety of prescription contraceptives, including birth control pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), implants, vaginal rings, contraceptive injections, and emergency contraceptives.
  • The typical cost per patient for these contraceptives can vary widely, from $30 to $500 per year, depending on the method.
  • The Pharmacare Act aims to eliminate financial barriers to accessing contraceptives, ensuring that individuals can choose the contraceptive method that best suits their needs, regardless of their financial situation.