No Wrong Door
Leveraging social service providers to improve linkages to sexual and reproductive health care
The No Wrong Door project builds off the idea that all people need access to safe, unbiased, high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services. However, many people seeking services lack information on where to find them in their community. As a strategy to increase access and build on existing networks, we set out to build a project that partners with social services providers to conduct conversations with clients about their reproductive life goals, build referral networks to clinical providers, and work to ensure that clients receive the care and services they need.
Funded by a two-year grant from the St. David’s Foundation, the No Wrong Door project is currently limited to the 5 county Central Texas area (Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson Counties). However, we began the project with the intent of studying if this model was scalable and transferable to other communities. By working with an evaluation team from the start of the project, we hope to have the data to understand the impact of training social service providers and building referral networks to sexual and reproductive healthcare providers.
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The No Wrong Door project is led by Stephanie LeBleu and Melissa Kaufmann with support from Andrea Guerra and Veronica Parker.
Supported by funding from the St. David's Foundation.
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