Summary of our impact
The Every Body Texas Impact
Every Body Texas helps keep clinics across Texas open, sustainable, and operating at a high level by distributing Title X funding statewide and offering leading-edge training and technical support to healthcare providers. Right now, Every Body Texas supports a network of more than 175 clinics that serve more than 180,000 people per year.
That's more than 180,000 people living in Texas every year who receive services such as birth control, HIV/STI testing and treatment, and breast and cervical cancer screening--regardless of whether they have insurance or the ability to pay for services. Access to this care without cost as a barrier changes lives. But there are still millions of people in Texas who need access to sexual and reproductive healthcare, and we continue to work to expand our reach in Texas to meet the significant and growing need for accessible sexual and reproductive healthcare services.
Why Every Body Texas?
Every Body Texas is Texas’s only statewide organization ensuring access to high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare for low-income, uninsured, and other traditionally marginalized communities, delivered via both funding and provider training. Our familiarity with the complex sexual and reproductive healthcare landscape in Texas--and the relationships and partnerships we've built not just with our Title X network, but other healthcare organizations and researchers--make us uniquely qualified to effectively administer Title X funds and deliver leading-edge support to providers in our state.
Annual and Financial Reports
We value transparency--and it's essential to our work. See our Financial Reports, IRS Form-990, and Annual Impact Reports.
“Working with Every Body Texas gave us the training and support that has allowed our agency to continue serving our patients with the quality reproductive healthcare services they deserve.”
Patricio C. Gonzales, MSSW-LMSW
CEO | Access Esperanza
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