If you have insurance, under the Affordable Care Act (the health care law), most insurance plans cover FDA-approved prescriptions for emergency contraception and birth control at no cost to you. If you have insurance, check with your insurance provider to find out what's included in your plan. You may need to get a prescription from your doctor if you want your insurance plan to pay for it. This includes Plan B One-Step® and ella®. Since you can buy Plan B One-Step® or the generic version in a store, without a prescription, call your insurance company to find out if your plan covers over-the-counter emergency contraception.
If you don't have insurance, you can get them over the counter at certain pharmacy or you can get them at Alpha.