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Protect Your Future with Comprehensive Contraceptives

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Prevent Pregnancy with Birth Control That Fits Your Lifestyle

At Community Clinic, we understand that choosing the right contraceptive is a crucial decision, and we’re here to empower you with knowledge about your options. Say goodbye to confusion and uncertainty – our comprehensive range of birth control solutions will guide you toward a method that perfectly aligns with your preferences and health considerations.

Navigating contraceptive choices can be overwhelming, but we’re here to simplify the process. With our expert guidance and a diverse selection of options, you can confidently make a decision that suits your needs and ensures your peace of mind. 

Safe, Effective, & Confidential Contraceptive Options

Whether you’re seeking hormonal solutions, non hormonal alternatives, or simply need more information on effectiveness and safety, we have the information you need to make an informed choice. Here are our birth control options:

Oral Contraceptive Pills

Birth control pills are one of the most common contraceptive methods women choose. There are two main types of oral hormonal contraception: the combined pill and the progesterone-only pill. The combination pill contains both estrogen and progestin, while the other contains only progestin. Of these two types, there are many options to choose from and your doctor will help you decide what’s best for you. Oral contraceptives do not prevent STIs.


Depo-Provera is a contraceptive injection that contains the hormone progestin. Depo-Provera is injected every three months and suppresses ovulation, preventing your ovaries from releasing an egg and thickening your cervical mucus. The injection does not prevent STIs.


An Intrauterine Device (IUD) prevents pregnancy through a combination of the foreign body effect of the plastic frame and the release of medication (copper or hormone).

IUDs are over 99% effective when inserted properly and last anywhere from 3-10 years, depending on the type of IUD you choose. IUDs have also been shown to relieve painful menstrual cramps and lighten heavy periods. They can be removed at any time with an immediate return to fertility. They do not prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs).


Nexplanon is a small contraceptive implant that’s inserted under the skin of your inner arm. It works by using the hormone progestin to stop an egg from being released by your ovary, preventing sperm from reaching the egg and thinning the lining of your uterus.

Nexplanon is over 99% effective at preventing pregnancy and lasts for three years. It can be removed at any time with a quick return to fertility. Nexplanon does not prevent STIs.

How It Works



Schedule a visit to Community Clinic to discuss your birth control preferences and health history.



Gain insights into each contraceptive category, allowing you to make an educated choice.


Tailored Recommendation:

Based on your preferences and health considerations, receive personalized recommendations from our experienced providers.


Get Protected:

Start your birth control journey and feel confident knowing you’re protected!

Frequently Asked Questions

Hormonal methods may have side effects, but our providers will guide you through potential effects and how to manage them.

Absolutely! Our focus is your comfort. If your chosen method isn’t suitable, our team will help you transition to a better-fit solution.

While our options prevent pregnancy, condoms are your best defense against STIs. Combining methods provides enhanced protection.

Choose Safe & Effective Contraceptives

Take control of your reproductive health and make a decision that aligns with your unique needs. Your path to a worry-free future starts now.

Schedule your visit today!