Family Planning

AccessMatters supports a network of over 20 partner organizations that operate more than 60 health centers in five counties, serving over 100,000 men, women, and teens annually. AccessMatters’ family planning program also supports the provision of services to youth who receive services through AccessMatters’ Health Resource Center program. AccessMatters’ Hotline refers over 3,000 callers to health centers and other services each year.

AccessMatters’ comprehensive network of health centers includes specialty to primary care clinics providing sexual and reproductive health services.  This vast spectrum of health care providers — from leading academic institutions to community organizations — enables AccessMatters to support access to confidential, quality care for people in their settings of choice, with tailored counseling and a focus on eliminating barriers to getting care.  AccessMatters’ network health centers have flexible hours, including nights and weekends, and are accessible via public transportation.  AccessMatters’ network health centers serve everyone—regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.

AccessMatters has a proud history of providing comprehensive family planning and related preventive health services to individuals, families, and communities through our network of partner organizations.  As a critical part of the region’s healthcare safety net, serving individuals from low-income families and other hard-to-reach and vulnerable populations is a high priority for AccessMatters. A hallmark of the AccessMatters’ service delivery model is to support integration of complimentary services such as HIV prevention, teen focused programs, health coverage enrollment assistance, maternal health, and pediatrics.

For more information about the Family Planning Program contact AccessMatters’ Hotline at (215) 985-3300, or the Director of the Family Planning Program at (215) 985-2608.

AccessMatters


1700 Market Street, Suite 1540 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 985-2600 | info@accessmatters.org Formerly Family Planning Council -founded 1972

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