AccessMatters, a non-profit, public health organization located in Center City Philadelphia, advances sexual and reproductive health outcomes to promote health equity for individuals, families, and communities.  Founded in 1972, AccessMatters transforms access to sexual and reproductive health through research, training, and delivery of evidence-based programs, community engagement, and advocacy.  We believe that access to quality affordable health care is a fundamental human right, and organizational excellence is best achieved through a culture of inclusion, diversity, innovation, professionalism, and accountability.

View available employment opportunities at AccessMatters. Click the job title for a detailed job posting in PDF format.  If you are interested in applying for a position within AccessMatters, please send a cover letter and resume to:

Deputy Director of Family Planning

Reporting to the Director of Family Planning, the Deputy serves as the Director’s “right hand,” providing operational leadership, oversight, and management of the Family Planning Program, Health Resource Center (HRC) Program and other assigned public health programs in the

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Project Manager, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Partnership (TPP)

AccessMatters has been selected to implement the Philadelphia Teen Pregnancy Prevention Partnership, with will replicate the Power Through Choices training curriculum with youth in foster care.  Branded as “Philadelphia Youth Power, or “PHLYP”, this innovative training project will focus on

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Health Resource Specialist II (HIV linkage/ARTAS)

The Health Resource Speclalist II is responsible for providing reproductive and sexual health education related to disease prevention and healthy behaviors, providing  limited health screenings (i.e. HIV/STD testing, interviews for risk reduction planning, etc.), and providing

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AccessMatters is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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

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