Adolescent pregnancy has been highlighted in various parts of the world including access to contraceptive use among married teenagers. This is an advanced analysis of secondary data of Riskesdas 2013 that aims to identify contraceptive use among married adolescents in Indonesia. The data used in multilevel logistic regression analysis consist of demographic characteristics of adolescents, parity, availability of health services and the use of health insurance.. The results showed that 54.2% of married adolescents women or their partners used any method of contraception. Age, education level, socioeconomic status and the use of health insurance have significant relationships to contraceptive use after adjusted by the type of residence, parity and availability of health services. Adolescent aged above 17 years (OR=1.49, 95% CI 1.25 to 1.79) and had higher socio-economic status (OR kuintil 5=1.62, 95% CI 1,19- 2.22) were more likely to use contraception, while young women with higher school education (OR= 0.73; 95% CI .58-.91) as well as used health insurance (OR=0.72; 95 % CI 0.60 to 0.86) had smaller probability in contraceptive use. Fulfillment of adolescent access to contraception is expected to focus not only on increasing of knowledge but also purchasing power, which is through the utilisation of health insurance.