Clinical providers are on the front lines of delivering sexual and reproductive healthcare across Texas. You understand the actual concerns, challenges, and desires of the low-income, uninsured, and traditionally marginalized communities you serve. Providers experience the administrative, funding, and political hurdles standing between them and delivering the best care possible.
We know you care about your clients’ health and well-being. You want to practice the most effective, efficient medicine possible. We are here to connect providers with the resources, training, and support to deliver the high-quality, unbiased care that clients need.
Our work is centered around these key priorities.
Access: For many people in Texas, accessing high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare is impossible. By administering Title X funds and delivering comprehensive support, we ensure that clinics stay open and providers can deliver important sexual and reproductive healthcare.
Client-Centered Care: We support providers who deliver unbiased, fact-based, comprehensive healthcare—and who respect their clients’ right to make their own healthcare decisions.
Quality of Care: By supporting and educating providers—including clinicians, program managers, and health administrators—we keep them on the leading edge of sexual and reproductive healthcare. Empowered with more knowledge and tools, providers are able to better serve their clients.
Advocacy & Leadership: Our focus will forever remain on supporting access to high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare for every person who needs it, regardless of the shifting cultural and political climate.
Equity: Each of us deserves high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare, regardless of our identity, income, or circumstances. We work with providers to reduce bias in caring for clients, and strategies to create a more equitable and accessible services.
The Title X Family Planning Program is a federal grant program created in 1970 to provide comprehensive and confidential family planning services and preventive health services. Services provided include contraception counseling and provision, some cancer screenings, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and wellness exams.
Title X is administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs (OPA). The program prioritizes serving people and families with low-incomes and is implemented through grants to over 3500 clinical sites, including public health departments and non-profit health centers.
Every Body Texas is the statewide Title X administrator for Texas. We provide funding, training and technical support to a network of 35 agencies with more than 175 clinic locations across the state.
Resources and Tools for Providers
Public health, as well as sexual and reproductive care resources.
Learn more about the Title X federal family planning program.
We have compiled a list of national and Texas resources aimed at supporting Every Body Texas Title X sub-recipients working to implement a COVID-19 response in support of continued delivery of sexual and reproductive healthcare services.
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