At our clinics we can help with contraception, STI testing and treatment, cervical screening, pregnancy testing, abortion advice, PMS, menopause, HPV vaccinations, and advice for other sexual and reproductive health issues including what to do if you've had unprotected sex.
Our services are confidential and non-judgemental and for people of any age, gender, sexual orientation or nationality.
If you are a New Zealand Resident and under 22, your visit to Family Planning is free.
We are experts in sexual and reproductive health.
In this section you'll find advice on everything from contraception, to STIs, your body, relationships, pregnancy, abortion, sexuality education, and more.
We offer specialised education in sexual and reproductive health to primary health professionals. We are a registered private training establishment and a recognised provider of clinical training.
Our health promoters deliver courses and workshops, in person and on-line, on all aspects of sexual and reproductive health and relationships.
We have a huge range of resources to order or to download for FREE.
Do you work with rangatahi as a teacher, school nurse or community worker?
Are you a health professional?
Or are you a parent or caregiver looking for support talking to your tamariki about relationships, consent, puberty and sexuality?
Whatever you're looking for - we've got you covered.
Our online shop offers a selection of quality condoms (internal and external), lubricant (lube), oral dams and soft tampons.
Shop in privacy with us and have your items sent in plain packaging right to your door.
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Celebrating 60 years of the pill in New Zealand - pill pioneers
In this, the 60th year since the pill was introduced to New Zealand, it is fitting to recall the stories of the pioneers who were responsible for its development, writes Dame Margaret Sparrow.
Friday, February 26, 2021
Family Planning supports safe zone legislation
People have the right to access health services, including abortion, without harassment, judgement or intimidation.
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
First ever report on Māori living with HIV
The HIV Stigma Index Survey captures the experiences of37 Māori living with HIV.