Wear One Campaign (Free Condoms)

Public Health - Muskegon County is participating in the Wear One campaign that was developed to increase free condom availability, create awareness and promote acceptance of condom use. The goal is to decrease sexually transmitted illnesses (STIs) and unplanned pregnancies; by removing barriers such as cost, embarrassment and lack of access. 


If your place of business is interested in becoming a community Wear One location, Please call 231-724-1228.

FREE condoms are available for pick up at the following Muskegon County locations.

Public Health - Muskegon County1903 Marquette Ave - Door 29, Muskegon(231) 724-1258
103.7 FM The Beat1877 Peck St, Muskegon(231) 727-5007
Beauty Nail & Spa1848 E Sherman, Muskegon(231) 830-1303
Benson's Drug Store961 Spring St, Muskegon(231) 722-2861
Dollar General5690 E Apple Ave, Muskegon(231) 903-6458
Fancy Yancy's2758 Peck St, Muskegon(231) 747-5184
Hair Plus2761 Peck St, Muskegon(231) 739-5557
HealthWest376 E Apple, Muskegon(231) 724-1111
JJ Beauty Supply1392 E Apple Ave, Muskegon(231) 733-4454
JT's Barber Shop159 Broadway, Muskegon Heights(231) 737-2150
L&L Family Barber Shop25 E Summit Ave, Muskegon(231) 733-9000
Muskegon Community College
Student Life Center
221 S Quarterline Rd, Muskegon(231) 777-0510
Muskegon Family Care Pharmacy2201 S Getty, Muskegon Heights(231) 739-9315
Muskegon Recovery Center
(Cherry Health)
1611 Oak Ave, Muskegon(231) 767-1921
extension 7774
Patterson's Drug Store2144 Hoyt St, Muskegon Heights(231) 722-2564
Sacred Suds289 E Larch Ave, Muskegon(231) 726-4161
Seaway Liquors770 Summit Ave, Norton Shores(231) 733-6100
Service of Hope1061 S Getty St, Muskegon(231) 674-9084

Free Condoms with Health Insurance

The following Medicaid and HMO health insurance plans cover 12 condoms every 10 days (36 condoms per month) at participating pharmacies (Walgreens, Benson's Drug Store or Patterson's Drug Store).

  • Meridian
  • Molina
  • Great Lakes Health Plan
  • Priority Health Medicaid
  • Straight Medicaid

How to Properly Use Condoms

Correctly using condoms can reduce (though not eliminate) the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and can also help prevent pregnancy. Learn the do's and don'ts of condom use on the CDC's condom effectiveness website.