About contraception counselling.
We provide information and counselling for all methods of pregnancy prevention. Preventing a pregnancy involves using “birth control" and can include hormonal, non-hormonal, and barrier methods.
This service is open to anyone in the North Simcoe community at no cost.
Birth control options.
Birth control pills
Barrier method (e.g. condoms)
Birth control patch (e.g. Evra)
Contraceptive ring (e.g. Nuvaring)
Intrauterine device IUD (e.g. Copper, Mirena, Kyleena)
Injectable (e.g. Depo provera)
Single-rod implant (e.g. Nexplanon)
Emergency contraception (e.g. the morning after pill, post-coital IUD)
To learn more about your different birth control options, visit It's a Plan. If you might need emergency contraception, visit What's Next for Me, a website developed to help you choose and access emergency contraception.
Miss taking a pill?
If you have missed taking a pill or forget to take your contraceptive dose on time, use the S.O.S Tool to see what measures you can take to reduce the risk of an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy.