Take Control of Your Sexual Health
Alivio’s Title X Program offers confidential, affordable, sexual health services to everyone 12 years of age and older.
What Is The Title X Program?
The Title X Program is a program sponsored by the state government dedicated to providing voluntary family planning health care services and supplies.
Who Can Receive Title X Program Services?
Anyone 12 years old and older that can conceive a pregnancy is eligible for Title X services, regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status. Coverage under the Title X Program depends on family income and the number of people that income supports.
What Does The Title X Program Pay For?
The Title X Program pays for a complete physical exam, routine tests such as pap smears and testing for sexually transmitted infections. It also covers counseling about family planning choices and the supplies needed to use the method you choose, such as condoms, pills, shots, IUDs or implants.
- Physical Exams
- STD/HIV Services
- Referrals for PrEP, an HIV Prevention Method
- Birth Control, Emergency
- Contraception & Condoms
- Pregnancy Testing
- Health Screenings
- Health Education
Family Planning does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual preference, income, and marital status, number of pregnancies or contraceptive choice.
Funding includes a grant from the Illinois Department of Public Health.