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Family Health Sites:

  • Detroit Lakes
  • Pine River
  • Walker
  • Fergus Falls
  • Perham
  • Morris (Prairie Ridge)
  • Morris University Campus
  • Long Prairie
  • Wadena
  • Menahga


Family Health


  • Health Education
  • Family Planning, including Birth Control and Contraceptives
  • Physical Exams - Males & Females
  • Pregnancy Testing & Counseling
  • Pap Smear
  • Reproductive Health Services
  • STI Screening and Treatment Like_us_on_Facebook.png

All Services are Confidential

Family Health services are available to men and women regardless of income, race, religion, age or marital status.

What are the Costs?

  • No one is refused services because of inability to pay
  • All incomes and insurances accepted, including Medical Assistance and Minnesota Care
  • Charges are based upon your income and family size
  • Click here for Appointment Forms and Information

Essential Community Providers (ECP)

An Essential Community Provider is a health care provider that serves high-risk, special needs, and underserved individuals.  An ECP provider must meet requirements of MN Statutes 62Q.19 and MN Rules Chapter 4688, which requires ECPs to demonstrate the following:

  • Provide or coordinate supportive and stablizing services, such as transportation, child care, linguistic services, and culturally sensitive and competent services to its clients.
  • Serve all patients, regardless of their financial limitations.
  • Charge patients for their services based on a sliding fee schedule.

How do I contact Family Health?

Call Toll free at 1-877-275-6123

Fergus Falls Family Health
128 W Cavour Ave
Fergus Falls, MN 56537

Detroit Lakes Family Health          Perham Family Health
(218)844-5832                                 (218)346-3612
119 Graystone Plaza, Suite 110      200 1st Ave. S
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501                 Perham, MN 56753

What is an STI?

Sexually transmitted infections (STI) are groups of contagious diseases transmitted through intimate sexual contact. Each disease has a different cause, symptoms and treatment. The most common bacterial STI’s are Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. The most common viral STI’s are Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Herpes Simplex Virus II.

STI symptoms include burning, discharge, open sores, itching in the genital area; however, many people have STI’s with no symptoms. Anyone who has reason to believe that he or she has been exposed to an STI should be examined by a clinician.

To learn more, go to MN Family Planning + STI Hotline (1-800-78FACTS)