The Title X Family Planning program began in 1970 and is authorized under Title X of the Public Health Service Act, and is administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs (OPA), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH).
The program's goal is to provide services necessary to improve pregnancy planning and spacing to avoid unintended pregnancy to individuals who need and want them. Title X priority is provided to individuals who are low-income. Title X funded clinics provide a wide range of reproductive and preventative health services to include: a broad range of contraceptives (i.e. pills, condoms, long-acting methods, and so on), screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infection (STI), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing and counseling, breast and cervical cancer screenings, pregnancy diagnosis and referrals.
Additionally, Title X clinics provide patient education and counseling on a broad range of reproductive and preventative health topics.
Learn about NVPCA's
REACCHH Family Planning Program
TITLE X PROVIDER RESOURCES
2019 Final Rule Guidance for Title X Providers
NVPCA Title X Orientation
Title X Family Planning Annual Report 2019 Summary
Title X Guidance for Grantees
Title X Program Priorities and Key Issues
Materials and information
COVID 19 AND PREGNANCY
Below are studies, resources and articles pertaining to COVID 19 and pregnancy:
The Women’s Health Connection (WHC) program administered by Access to Healthcare Network provides breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to low-income women who are uninsured or underinsured (cannot afford the cost of care). Thanks to the generosity of WHC providers, Nevada women who meet certain qualifications may be eligible to receive free cervical and breast cancer screenings at no charge.
Birth Control Education