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State Medicaid Coverage of Non-prescription Emergency Contraception

 

State

Refills

Copay

Hawaii 2 per year None
Illinois   None
Maryland 1 per 90 days None
New Jersey 12 per year None
New York 6 per year None
Oklahoma No limit None

Oregon

No limit

None

Washington

No limit

None

Source: Expanding Medicaid Coverage for EC on the State Level. National Institute for Reproductive Health. New York. June 2007.

Most other state Medicaid programs also cover emergency contraception (including for women under 18), but you need to present your pharmacist with a prescription from a doctor or other healthcare provider to receive the benefit (Note: Mississippi Medicaid does not ever cover emergency contraception). In some states, your pharmacist may be able to write a prescription for you. If you live in one of these states, call ahead to the pharmacy to see if they participate in this program.


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