The resources linked below contain information and education on sexual and reproductive health care for clinical providers.
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AbortionFinder.org features the most comprehensive directory of trusted (and verified) abortion service providers and assistance resources in the United States.
The CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health contains information and resources for issues related to reproductive health, maternal health, and infant health.
The CTC-SRH offers clinical skills training and resources to health care providers within the Title X and related public health communities. By providing current clinical protocols using new technologies and national standards, the CTC-SRH trains and supports clinical family planning Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, Physicians, and Physician Assistants through competency-based modalities.
The Guttmacher Institute is a leading research and policy organization committed to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights in the United States and globally.
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NFPRHA is a membership organization representing providers and administrators committed to helping people get the family planning education and care they need to make the best choices for themselves and their loved ones. NFPRHA works to enhance the ability of thousands of nurse practitioners, doctors, and other health professionals to provide high-quality family planning care through training and advocacy.
The Office of Population Affairs (OPA) administers the Title X Family Planning Program. OPA promotes health across the reproductive lifespan through innovative, evidence-based adolescent health and family planning programs, services, strategic partnerships, evaluation, and research.
Providing Quality Family Planning Services (QFP) incorporates recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and OPA. QFP recommendations describe:
- What services should be offered in a family planning visit—i.e., contraceptive services, pregnancy testing and counseling, helping clients achieve pregnancy, basic infertility services, preconception health services, and STD services.
- How these services should be provided by drawing upon existing recommendations and filling gaps where needed.
- Services available for female and male clients and special populations, such as adolescents, and provide detailed guidance on contraceptive services.
- Using the family planning visit to provide selected preventive health services, such as breast and cervical cancer screening.
Formerly known as the Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC), the RHNTC provides training and technical assistance for Title X grantees and providers.