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The Story Behind No Wrong Door

Talking about sexual and reproductive health in community spaces can reduce stigma and promote overall health. No Wrong Door normalizes these important conversations and helps to connect folks with the care they need.

The Story Behind No Wrong Door

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Building off the success of the No Wrong Door Project, Every Body Texas launched the No Wrong Door Toolkit to create a free digital resource for social service providers engaging clients about their sexual and reproductive health.

Community organizations like yours can help by building connections between their clients and the sexual and reproductive healthcare resources they need.

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Improving Linkages to Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

One of the biggest barriers for individuals seeking sexual and reproductive healthcare is lacking knowledge about what services are available and where to access those services. To help reduce this barrier and help social service providers build comfort discussing sexual and reproductive health, Every Body Texas piloted the No Wrong Door to Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (NWD) project.

The project engaged central Texas organizations El Buen Samaritano, Black Mamas ATX, Foundation Communities, and Life Works in an 18-month project of training, network building, and evaluation.

Agencies worked to engage clients in conversations about their reproductive life goals, build referral networks with clinical service providers, and integrate a referral and follow-up process with clients to ensure they were getting the sexual and reproductive healthcare services they need.

The project evaluation showed that clients overwhelmingly (92%) reported feeling “happy” or “very happy” with the reproductive life goals conversations they had with staff.

Although participating agencies faced limitations with staff capacity common to may social service organizations, they saw great value in integrating conversations and referrals for sexual and reproductive healthcare to be valuable for clients. One participant said that the project helped “to push sexual and reproductive health to the forefront and to help integrate in people's overall wellbeing and health.

Meet the project cohort:

Black Mamas ATXEl Buen SamaritanoFoundation CommunitiesLifeWorks

Supported by funding from the St. David's Foundation.

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