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. You need to wear a face mask at our clinics.
If you are a New Zealand citizen or 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.
Monday, January 9, 2023
What are my options if I'm pregnant?
Find out about your options if you're pregnant and weren't expecting to be.
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Honorary memberships awarded, Council confirmed at AGM
Seven people were awarded honorary life memberships of Family Planning at the 2022 Annual General Meeting, acknowledging their contribution to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Annual Report 2021-2022 published
Looking back, our year in review.
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Research shows too many barriers to teaching relationships and sexuality education (RSE) in schools
New research shows that lack of time and lack of subject status for relationships and sexuality education are significant barriers in New Zealand schools, with many young people not receiving the recommended 12-15 hours of RSE.