Need free Plan B? We’ve got your back. 🙂

Once you submit the form below, someone will reach out to you within 2 to 3 working hours using the phone number you provided. Depending on what you feel most comfortable with, someone will either find a place to meet up with you 🚲, or send the pill to you via mail 💌 . We are currently only providing the pill to those that live in Seattle, WA (while supplies last).

Did you have unprotected sex in the last 72 hours? *

FAQs ⁉️

Why would I need the morning-after pill?

If the condom broke, you missed a couple of pills, he didn’t pull out in time, or you just didn’t use any protection. If you’re unsure, take Planned Parenthood’s quiz.

Why is it free?

We got a donation from a drug company and want to get the pills to those who need them! We’ll be giving them out while supplies last.

Why are you only providing it to people who live in Seattle?

Our team is based in Seattle, and so we will be unable to get it to you quickly if you live outside Seattle city limits.

If you need a reduced cost option and you live outside of Seattle, check out your closest Planned Parenthood clinic, or get in touch with us about other resources in your area.

What is the actual product you will be giving me?

The product was donated to us by Vagisil, who has just launched a new brand of the morning-after pill called Preventeza. It has exactly the same ingredients as Plan B (levonogestrel 1.5 mg), and is most effective if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex. The product is still in the packaging and looks just like something you would buy at the pharmacy (but is free as opposed to 50 bucks!).

Does my weight affect how well the pill works?

Potentially. Some studies have shown that the pill is less effective for those over 160 pounds. If this is a concern, you can ask for a second dose, which has been shown to make it more effective.

There are two other options that are known to be more effective for anyone, especially those with higher BMIs. One is another pill (Ella) the other is the copper IUD. Both require a prescription. You can read more about them here. If accessing these methods isn't possible, we are happy to provide two pills.

Is the morning-after pill the same as an abortion pill?

Nope. The morning-after pill will not affect an existing pregnancy. If you are already pregnant, emergency contraception will not do anything.