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Who We Are

We believe you have the right to access sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Every Body Texas supports providers of sexual and reproductive healthcare in Texas by administering Title X funding and delivering innovative training and technical assistance. We aim to ensure that every person in Texas has access to safe, unbiased, and high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare—regardless of identity or income.

Our Mission

We believe access to safe, unbiased, high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare is a universal human right. We are working for a future where every person in Texas can access that care, regardless of identity or income.


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What We Value


Each person has the right to make their own healthcare decisions.


There should be no barriers between people and the healthcare they want and need.


When provided with complete, accurate information, people can make the best healthcare decisions for themselves.


Each of us deserves high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare, regardless of our identity, income, or circumstances.


There is always a better way.

Quality of Care

Clients deserve the best care and providers deserve the best support.

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In Their Voice

“Every Body Texas paved the way for our agency to go from serving 8,000 clients to more than 17,000.”

Martha Zuniga

CEO | South Texas Family Planning & Health Corporation

Corpus Christi, TX

A Brief History of Every Body Texas

We were founded in 1977 as the not-for-profit organization known as the Texas Family Planning Association, and later called Women’s Health and Family Planning Association of Texas. In 2020, we rebranded as “Every Body Texas” to reflect a transformation we’ve been driving for years.

For our first 34 years (or so), we were one voice in a chorus of organizations demanding access to high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare. We believed then, as we do now, that all people need access to this care.

Then things changed.

Starting in 2011, the Texas Legislature made sweeping changes to how funding for “family planning” services was allocated—i.e., they slashed funding. Eighty-two clinics closed. Twenty-three organizations that provided key services to low-income people—such as birth control, STI testing and treatment, breast and cervical cancer screenings, and other services—lost critical funding.

The effect was instant and devastating. So our community responded.

After a lengthy application process, Every Body Texas was named the Title X Family Planning Administrator for Texas. We became the organization responsible for distributing these important federal funds—the only federal funds dedicated to family planning care—to clinics across the state.

Our goal was then, as it is now, to ensure that this money is deployed for the greatest possible impact. But Every Body Texas is much more than a funding organization.

We are on the ground—every day—serving as a source of expertise. We form partnerships in healthcare, community leadership, and others. We answer questions. We offer professional consulting and technical training to clinical providers, administrators, and other staff.

We deliver full-throated, clear-voiced advocacy for access to critical healthcare services. Learn more about what we do.

The future of access to sexual and reproductive healthcare is unclear. But whichever way the political winds blow, Every Body Texas will strive—every day—to build a world where anybody who needs care can get it, regardless of their identity or income.

That is why we exist.

Our Vision for the Future

Every day, we work to build a world in which:

Every person in Texas can access high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare and education.

Every person in Texas understands their rights and options for controlling if, when, and how to have a child—and does so on their own terms and on a timeline that is best for them.

Every provider delivers high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare regardless of their client’s income or identity.

Lawmakers are more vocal advocates for the importance of unbiased, affordable sexual and reproductive healthcare and increase funding for relevant programs and services.

Philanthropic organizations fund more programs that expand access to high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare.

What is “Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare,” Anyway?

We use a definition adapted from the Guttmacher-Lancet Commission on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.

“Organized efforts to maintain or restore complete physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being in all matters relating to the reproductive system—including the ability to have a satisfying and safe sex life, to reproduce, and to decide if, when, and how often to do so.”

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