It is with deep regret to inform you that Community Action Partnership will be ending family planning services effective March 31, 2019. 

This decision was not made lightly. We have not been able to offer clinic days since December 2018 as our provider and medical director ended their contracts and we have been unsuccessful in finding replacements. In addition, we have experienced budgetary shortfalls. The Community Action Partnership Board of Directors saw no other alternative but to end the program. 

The letter that was sent to Family Planning clients may be viewed by clicking the link below. Please contact Denise Steinbach, Client Services Director, at (701) 227-0131 to let us know how we can assist you during this transition. 


Ervin Bren 

Executive Director 

Client Letter

Release of Information Form

North Dakota Family Planning Sites

To locate the Family Planning Clinic closest to you, please follow the link below.


What is Family Planning?

Family Planning promotes healthy lifestyles and planning of pregnancy to improve the health of men, women, and infants. Family Planning promotes empowerment through knowledge and skills to promote reproductive health.

The following services are available:Family Planning Help from Community Action Partnership

  • Emergency Contraception
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • STD testing
  • STD treatment
  • HIV testing
  • Birth Control
  • Counseling
  • Education
  • Pap Smears
  • Annual Female Exams

Who can come to Family Planning?

Men, women and teens of reproductive years are encouraged to come to Family Planning. Persons of any income, with or without insurance are welcome.

Who will know if I come to Family Planning?

All services are confidential (private). Family Planning encourages parents or an adult to be involved in adolescents’ reproductive decisions. Parental consent is not required for adolescents to receive services.

Birth Control/ Contraception

Helping women and men to understand and take responsibility for their reproductive health.
Clients may receive:

  • An annual physical exam that may include:
    • Blood pressure.
    • Height and weight.
    • Urinalysis.
    • Sexually-transmitted disease (STD) testing and treatment.
    • HIV/AIDS testing.
    • Pap smear.
    • Physical examination.
    • Lab work.
    • Breast exam.
  • A birth control method that best meets their needs.
  • Basic fertility services, along with appropriate referrals.
  • Pregnancy testing.
  • Basic genetic counseling and referral for genetic evaluation.
  • Emergency contraception.
  • Clients are charged for services according to their household income and family size.
  • Private pay, insurance, Medicaid, Medicare (for STD testing) and donations are accepted.
  • A trained and caring staff of health-care professionals provide these services.