Contraception ACCESS Implementation Survey
In November 2017, the Contraceptive ACCESS bill was signed into law. This landmark legislation strengthened state law to ensure access to no-copay birth control while improving access to the full range of contraceptive options and removing existing barriers to care.
Per this state law, if you are taking the pill or using the patch or ring, your insurance should cover a 12-month supply dispensed AT ONCE without any form of cost-sharing (copay, deductible, etc). In other words, you should get 12 pill packs or 12 months’ worth of rings or patches in a single visit to the pharmacy without paying anything.
We have heard some reports that individuals have had trouble accessing this benefit. Please let us know if you've run into barriers so that we can help you troubleshoot.
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This form was created inside of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts.