Read Here: IVF Statement

We welcome you to please read the Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition statement on ‘In vitro fertilisation’ (IVF) statement. We want to give special thanks to our members for collaborating in this statement.

Learn More: LARCs

Long-acting reversible contraceptives, or LARCs, are a form of birth control that prevents pregnancy over multiple years after the one-time placement of a device into a woman’s body. They are the most effective form of birth control and can be removed or “reversed” at any time.

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TWHC Visits New Coalition Member

The Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition (TWHC) is very excited to announce that the Regional Maternal and Child Health Program (RMCHP) at UTMB Health has joined our Coalition.

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TWHC Visits Baylor’s Teen Clinic

Baylor Teen Health Clinic: Bridging health care barriers and empowering young women.

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Take A Look: Healthy Texas Women (HTW) Map

The Healthy Texas Women (HTW) is a Medicaid waiver, limited-benefit program that serves as a health care safety net for Texas women aged 15-44. 

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Take A Look: Family Planning Programs Map

The Family Planning Program is a general revenue-funded, limited-benefit program that serves uninsured men and women across Texas.

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Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception (EC) is medication that prevents pregnancy for women who have had unprotected sex or whose birth control method may have failed. They are intended as a backup contraception to be used in sudden, unexpected situations.

Advocates hopeful for women health care investments

Texans rallying at the capitol Thursday said they believe this will be the year legislators make substantial investments into women’s health.

Legislative Staffer Lunch & Learns

The TWHC team, the Texas Medical Association, the SAFE Alliance, and the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) partnered to host our second lunchtime educational session for Texas Legislative Staffers in early 2024.

Comments on FDA (OTC) Birth Control Pill

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved “Opill” - the first nonprescription, over-the-counter (OTC) birth control pill to be available in the United States.

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