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Texas Women's Healthcare Coalition
Promoting access to preventive healthcare for all Texas Women
Healthy Texas Women
This program offers women's health and family planning services at no cost to eligible women in Texas.
Texas Policy Evaluation Project (TxPEP)
Group of university-based investigators who evaluate the impact of legislation in Texas related to women’s reproductive health.
Women’s Health Services Provider Toolkits
Health and Human Service's resource for Texas clinicians.
Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
The Texas Campaign produces a number of training opportunities including webinars.
HHS: LARCs Fact Sheet (English)
What You Should Know About Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives fact sheet.
HHS: LARCs Fact Sheet (Spanish)
What You Should Know About Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives fact sheet (Spanish)
Texas LARC Toolkit
A resource for Texas health care providers to support access to long-acting reversible contraception (LARC)
Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual LARC Policy
This manual is a comprehensive guide for Texas Medicaid providers.
Texas Vendor Drug Program LARC Products
Medicaid and HTW Program prescribing providers may
obtain long-acting reversible contraception products through specialty pharmacies.
Texas Health Steps LARC Course
Become a Contraception Pro.
Contraceptive landscape fact sheet for Texas
Power to Decide found that 1,747,510 women living at or below 250% of the poverty level in Texas live in contraceptive deserts.
Making the Case for Extending Medicaid Coverage Beyond 60 days Postpartum
This toolkit aims to help those working at the state level to extend Medicaid postpartum coverage beyond 60 days.
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' LARC Resources
ACOG is working to lower the unintended pregnancy rate by providing the most up-to-date information on LARC methods and increasing access to contraception.
Texas Policy Evaluation Project:
Publicly Funded Reproductive Health Care Programs for People with Low Incomes in Texas, 2011-2021
The brief narrates the story of changes to reproductive health care funding and services in Texas beginning in 2011
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