Here is something that might sound like music to your ears if you are a user of birth control contraceptives and are always on-the-go in college and beyond. Image a world where you don’t have to bother with inconvenient gyno appointments or picking up prescriptions.
Now, you don’t have to.
The Pill Club – a birth control delivery service now available in Texas – is able to deliver your birth control directly to your door for free every month.
Alongside your prescription, you also receive samples of condoms, tampons, moisturizers, and lube, as well as Plan B if needed.
You’re probably already asking yourself how to get in on this well-kept secret, aren’t you?
Getting started is easy. The Pill Club (TPC) acts as your physical pharmacy.
Here’s a quick run-down on what it’s like to use their service:
- You transfer your existing prescription from your current pharmacy to TPC online.
- Their team sorts out the complicated: co-pays, insurance, doctor, pharmacy transfer information.
- Then, TPC delivers your birth control to your college door / mailbox, each month for free at no cost to you.
You don’t even have to worry about manually refilling your prescription or ordering for the next month. TPC handles all of the “complicated” that comes with using birth control and makes sure that your prescriptions are on-time and conveniently at your doorstep. They currently offer this delivery service in 39 different states, Texas now included.
If you haven’t had any experience with birth control before, you might be asking if TPC can do anything for you. They can.
If you don’t have a current birth control prescription, TPC is independently able to prescribe birth control to women in three key U.S. states as of present: California, Washington, and Pennsylvania. TPC plans to launch their independent prescription service nationwide in the coming months.
Their eventual goal, of course, is to be able to prescribe and deliver birth control in every state so that no woman is left without access to birth control.
TPC’s values – Empowerment, Simplicity, and Personalized Care – shine through in their effort to provide women throughout the U.S. access to birth control, something that has been a concern for many given political circumstances.
TPC is, without a doubt, representative of the next generation of medicine and wellness for women. We hope that all women can stand behind this service in an effort to remind ourselves that we are in control of our own bodies.