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Find low or no cost EC in Texas.

Emergency contraception (EC) can help prevent pregnancy if taken up to 5 days after unprotected sex. Whether you need it now, or just want to have a backup, we can help.

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Effective and Accessible

"Emergency contraception is a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy and a great backup even if you’re on a birth control method. If you're having sex, EC should be in your medicine cabinet."

Gabrielle Santo, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
Women's & Men's Health Services of the Coastal Bend, Inc.

Get EC from these organizations.

Some clinic locations may require an appointment. Be sure to call before you go. 

Brazos Valley

Jane's Due Process
Serving Bryan/College Station, and Lubbock
Text their hotline, give the volunteer a safe place and time to drop off, and they will deliver a kit within 12-48 hours.
Jane's Due Process: How to Get Free EC in Texas 
Hotline: (866) 999-5263

Central Texas

Bridge Collective
Complete the online request form. Bridge Collective delivers Health Kits within 30 miles of Austin, usually within 12-48 hours.
Bridge Collective Online Request Form

Community Action Inc, MLK Community Health Services
One location in San Marcos
Community Action Website

(512) 392-5816

Corpus Christi

South Texas Family Planning and Health Corporation (STFPHC)
Six locations offering EC and a full range of contraceptive methods in Beeville, Corpus Christi, Kingsville, Robstown, Rockport, and Sinton
STFPHC Website

Visit the STFPHC website for phone numbers to specific clinic locations.

Women's and Men's Health Services of the Coastal Bend (WAMHS)
Three locations in Corpus Christi and Kingsville
WAMHS Website

Visit the WAMHS website to schedule an appointment online or for phone numbers to specific clinic locations.

Dallas/Fort Worth

Collins Family Planning 
Two locations in Arlington and Fort Worth
Collins Family Planning Website

(817) 922-8182


Jane's Due Process
Serving Bryan/College Station, and Lubbock
Text their hotline, give the volunteer a safe place and time to drop off, and they will deliver a kit within 12-48 hours.
Jane's Due Process: How to Get Free EC in Texas

Hotline: (866) 999-5263

Permian Basin

South Plains Public Health District
Four locations in Brownfield, Denver City, Lamesa, and Seminole
South Plains Public Health District Website

Visit the South Plains Public Health District website for phone numbers to specific clinic locations.

Rio Grande Valley

Access Esperanza
Five clinic locations in Edinburg, McAllen, Mission and Weslaco
Access Esperanza Website

(956) 688-3700

South Texans for Reproductive Justice
Mail emergency contraception to people living in Brooks, Cameron, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Kenedy, Starr, Willacy, and Zapata Counties
Complete the online request form to request EC.
Online Request Form

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Three locations in Rio Grande City, Edinburg, and Brownsville plus a mobile clinic
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Website

San Antonio

Sueños Sin Fronteras
Call or text to request EC or email below to contact
(210) 562-4743

South Texas

City of Laredo Health Department
Two locations
City of Laredo Health Department Website
(956) 795-4903

Nothing near you? Title X (ten) clinics provide low and no cost EC.

Find a Title X Clinic

Request a Repro Kit!

Repro Kits include two doses of EC, two pregnancy tests and two urine cups to help you test, condoms and lube packets, and a pocket-sized info booklet called “the guide” to help you navigate your sexual and reproductive health decisions.

Download The Guide now

Due to extremely high demand, ReproKits are temporarily out of stock.  

We are working with funders and vendors to get more supplies as soon as possible. We are working to fill the requests we have already received, but please know that we are delayed by the demand for ReproKits. 

If you have already requested a ReproKit and haven't received it, please know we are working as quickly as we can and haven't forgotten about you.  

If you would like to be notified when there are more ReproKits complete the form below and we will email you when there are more ReproKits. This email list is NOT a waiting list. You will have to complete a request form when more ReproKits are available. You can also follow us on social media for updates on ReproKit availability. 

If you need EC right away, please contact one of the organizations above or you can find a Title X clinic here

We appreciate your support. We are committed to expanding access to safe, high-quality, unbiased sexual and reproductive healthcare. If you are able, please consider supporting this work and the ongoing work to protect access to all forms of contraception by donating today.

Got questions about EC? We've got answers.

  • What is emergency contraception (EC)?

    Emergency contraception pills (also known as the morning-after pill) like Plan B®, Econtra®, ella®, My Way®, and Preventeza® can be used to prevent pregnancy following unprotected sex or if your birth control method fails, such as a condom breaking/slipping off or forgetting to take a birth control pill.

    Intrauterine devices or IUDs can also be used as EC if you are able to have one placed by a clinical provider within 5 days of unprotected sex.

  • Are EC pills the same as medical abortion pills?

    No, EC cannot cause an abortion. 

    EC works to prevent pregnancy before it occurs. If you are already pregnant, EC will not work. And if you take EC before you know you’re pregnant, it won’t hurt you or the pregnancy.

  • How effective is EC?

    For all EC pills, the sooner you take them after unprotected sex, the more effective they are. EC should be taken within 3-5 days (72-120 hours) of unprotected sex, depending on the brand.

    Your weight/BMI may also determine how effective EC is for you. If your BMI is more than 25, over-the-counter EC pills may be less effective. Ella, which is prescription-only emergency contraception, is effective up to a BMI of 34. IUDs are the only emergency contraception options where effectiveness is not impacted by your weight.

    You can calculate your BMI here: Adult BMI Calculator | Healthy Weight, Nutrition, and Physical Activity | CDC. If you have questions about what EC is right for you, you should consult with a medical provider.

  • Do I need a prescription for EC?

    No, over-the-counter EC does not require a prescription to purchase. 

    However, ella® is only available with a prescription, and an IUD must be inserted by a medical provider.

  • Where can I find EC?

    You can purchase over-the-counter EC pills at pharmacies, like CVS and Walgreens, on Amazon, at your local healthcare or Title X clinic, and stores like Target and Walmart. (You might want to call ahead to make sure they have it in stock). You can also get a prescription for ella® through birth control apps like Nurx.

    You can find information on our website for organizations that can deliver or mail EC to you for free in the list earlier on this page.

    We recommend you get EC before you need it so you have quick access to it when you do.

  • Can I get EC for my partner?

    Yes, you can! People who are not able to become pregnant can purchase EC for their partners who are. EC should be taken by the partner who can get pregnant.

  • Do I have to be 18 or older to get EC?

    No. There is no age requirement to get over-the-counter EC. People of any age or gender can purchase over-the-counter EC pills wherever they are available. For ella® or an IUD, people under 18 can access them confidentially at Title X (ten) clinics across Texas.

    You can use our Clinic Locator to find a Title X clinic near you.

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