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Serena is a young family physician breaking down barriers in Montana. The community health center where she works would not let her provide IUDs to her patients because the management feared that offering IUDs would cause the health center to lose money. Today, Serena is providing her patients with IUDs because of the Reproductive Health Access Project’s help. We did the research and provided her with the information her health center needed to get reimbursed for providing IUDs. We made a strong case that providing women with IUDs was cost-effective for both the women and the health center.
The Reproductive Health Access Project helps clinicians chip away at the barriers preventing them from providing women with the full range of reproductive health options.
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We work nationwide with more than 400 clinicians like Serena, answering their clinical questions, getting them the training they need, connecting them to local resources, and engaging them in advocacy.
Every day, with our help, these clinicians provide women with the care they need.