Services

Committed to enabling and ensuring access for all.

AccessMatters enables unparalleled access to and efficient delivery of quality care for sexual and reproductive health. We impact lives on a large scale.

Our services powerfully leverage our expertise and comprehensive network of health care providers. This network includes both specialty and primary care clinics, community-based providers, federally qualified health centers, academic hospitals, among many others.

Our initiatives and services work to eliminate the economic, social, cultural and geographic barriers to care.

Services tailored to your needs.

Training

Critical training support for family planning and sexual and reproductive health care providers locally, regionally, and nationally. Learn more

Community-Based Programs

Health education and support services for teens and adults in need are designed to enable underserved, at-risk and hard-to-reach communities to access health care and complementary resources. Learn more

Quality Improvement

Consultation and tools for improving health care services and outcomes. Learn more

Grants Administration

Management of grant oversight and administrative support processes, from compliance monitoring to evaluation. Learn more

Testing Services

Professional, confidential HIV rapid testing and STD testing and counseling services. Learn more

Case Management

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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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