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Reproductive Education And Care in Community Health Homes (REACCHH) 

NVPCA’s Title X program, also known as Reproductive Education and Care in Community Health Homes (REACCHH), is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and administered by the Office of Population Affairs (OPA).

The REACCHH program  provides funding to Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to increase access to comprehensive family planning services integrated with whole-person primary care services. NVPCA's REACCHH Network consists of four FQHCs who provide family planning services at clinic sites located in Elko County, Carson City, Washoe County and Clark County.


Nevada’s FQHCs serve a population that is traditionally underserved by the health care system. In calendar year 2023, 68.1% of the Title X patients served at REACCHH program sites reported incomes at or below 100 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. 81% of REACCHH patients identified as female, 59.2% of which identified as Hispanic/Latinx. 41.2% of all family planning patients had limited English proficiency. Furthermore, FQHCs have extensive experience providing ancillary services such as connections to other community services, insurance enrollment, case management, and transportation to their patients, making them a natural fit for the Title X program. Check out the REACCHH Title X Grantee Profile

Participating Health Centers:

Canyonlands Healthcare (Clark County)                                     Community Health Alliance (Washoe County)

First Person Care Clinic
(Clark County)                                       Northern Nevada HOPES (Washoe County)


                Nevada Health Centers (Carson City, Clark, & Elko Counties)

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Quick Resource Guide

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Pregnancy Yoga


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


Maternal & Child Health Resources

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