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Oregon Contraceptive Care (formerly Family Planning)


Individual Services

HEALTH SERVICES

  • Physical exams
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Breast cancer screening
  • Hypertension screening
  • Anemia screening
  • STD testing and treatment
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Dispensing of contraceptive methods
  • Sterilization referrals
  • Testicular screening and referrals

HEALTH EDUCATION AND COUNSELING

  • Reproductive and preventive health
  • Breast/testicular self-examination
  • Contraceptive methods
    • Birth control pills, depo provera,the patch nuva ring, condoms, foam, paraguard intrauterine device (IUD), mirena intrauterine system (IUS), diaphragm, vasectomy referrals
  • STD,HIV and AIDs risks
  • Infertility counseling and referrals
  • Pregnancy counseling and referrals
  • Domestic violence counseling and referrals

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

  • FPEP
    • The Family Planning Expansion Project (FPEP) is Oregon's publicly funded family planning program which provides prevention-based reproductive health education, programs and contraceptives to assist in planning healthy pregnancies in the future

REFERRAL AND LINKAGES WITH COMMUNITY RESOURCES

 

SERVICES ARE DELIVERED BY:

  • Designing and providing services based on community needs assessment
  • Providing community education specific to the community's needs
  • Taking into account the family situation and community resources in individual care plans
  • Advocating, linking and brokering to other needed services
  • Creating a service environment sensitive to targeted populations
  • Being non-judgmental
  • Basing fees on income and family size
  • Not denying services due to inability to pay
  • Reinvesting program revenue to improve and expand the service

FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAMS

  • Strengthen families and reduce the number of abortions by preventing unintended pregnancies
  • Reduce low birthweight, infant mortality and maternal health problems
  • Improves women's and men's health
  • Promote responsible behavior and decision-making
  • Provide an affordable alternative source of care
  • Save taxpayer dollars; unintended pregnancies can result in dependency on other publicly funded services such as food stamps, Aid to Families with Dependent Children and public medical care

Community Services

  • Collecting and assessing data and monitoring for trends
  • Identifying gaps in existing community services
  • Advocating for reproductive health service development
  • Participating in community committees
  • Educating community groups on a broad range or reproductive health topics
  • Advocating for the adoption of sound reproductive health policy

How to Receive Services

Come into the clinic to find out if you are eligible for the Family Planning Program

 

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

(503) 397-4651

2370 Gable Rd. St. Helens, OR


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