Below is a summary of laws in the state of Missouri as of July 1, 2019.
No law specifically requires parental consent for minors to obtain contraceptives; some physicians can and do prescribe them to minors without informing their parents, it is worth calling to find out first.
In 2014, Plan B One Step emergency contraception became available without an age restriction or prescription. However, if you are unsure about certain pharmacies, it is best to call and find out if they provide emergency contraception first.
For more information on emergency contraception and family planning in Missouri, click here.