Family Planning Program - West Virginia Perinatal Partnership

Report
West Virginia
Department of Health and Human
Resources
Family Planning
Program
What is Family Planning?
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Preventive and reproductive medical care
provided by federal Title X funded clinics
that:
Helps individuals plan and space their
pregnancies
Helps women avoid mistimed, unwanted,
and unintended pregnancies
Reduces the number of abortions
Lowers rates of sexually transmitted
diseases, including HIV
Congress Created
Title X in 1970
to make
contraceptive
services and
supplies available
to anyone in need
Family Planning Clients
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Clients served in CY 2008
Females (over age 19)
Females (age 19 and younger)
Males (over age 19)
Males (age 19 and younger)
Total
40,200
14,166
2,159
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57,326
West Virginia Family Planning Program
Hancock
Percent Need Met By County of Resident
Brooke
Population in need of publicly supported
contraceptive services (includes all WV
females teens <20 and women aged 2044 with incomes < or = to 250% FP)
CY 1/1/07 to 12/31/07
Ohio
Marshall
Wetzel
Wood
Tyler
Ritchie
Marion
Calhoun
Putnam
Kanawha
Mineral
Taylor
Barbour
Hampshire
Tucker
Grant
Hardy
Randolph
Pendleton
Braxton
Webster
Clay
Nicholas
Pocahontas
Lincoln
Under 19%
20% to 29%
Wayne
Boone
Fayette
Greenbrier
Mingo
Berkeley
Preston
Lewis Upshur
Gilmer
Roane
Cabell
Harrison
Doddridge
Wirt
Mason Jackson
Monongalia
Morgan
Pleasants
30% to 39%
Logan
Raleigh
Wyoming
McDowell
Summers
40% to 49%
Monroe
50% to 59%
Mercer
Over 60%
WVDHHR/BPH/OMCFH/PWH/F/APRIL 2008
Jefferson
Family Planning Funding
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Budget 2009 – 2010
- Title X
- Title V
- State Appropriations
- Medicaid
$2,359,564
$1,192,174
$3,458,900
$100,000
$7,110,638
West Virginia
Family Planning Program
Free or Low-Cost
Birth Control
Population-Based Goal
Targeted to all income levels
Includes working people
who do not earn enough to
meet basic needs
West Virginia Family Planning
Program Provider Agencies
Deliver clinical family planning
services through formal
agreements
 >145 provider agencies
 Service sites are located
throughout the State
Note: While funding is targeted to
State residents, out-of-state
residents can be served.
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WV Family Planning
Program Clinics
Confidential
Federal Title X regulations require
that confidential services be made
available to everyone
Minors are to be served without
parental notification or consent
when seeking confidential services
Family Planning Program Guidelines (2001, p.3)
Who is eligible?
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Income 250% FPL or below
Female or male
Childbearing age – no defined age limits
Students
Underinsured
Medicaid recipients (without a HMO)
Minors (<18) seeking confidential services
Individuals seeking pregnancy
Family Planning Program Guidelines (2001, pp. 4-6)
Range of
Contraceptive Methods
Birth Control Pills
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 28-30)
Birth Control Shots
Depo-Provera
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 31-33)
Condoms
Spermicides
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 50-51)
Diaphragms
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 46-49)
Emergency Contraception
Plan B
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 38-41)
Contraceptive Patch
Ortho Evra
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 51.4-51.8)
Natural Family Planning
Abstinence
as a
contraceptive method
sex
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
Paragard
Copper T
(inserted)
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 42-45)
Surgical Sterilization
Vasectomy
and
Tubal ligation
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 52-53)
Health Education/Counseling
Health education and counseling is a
required component for Family
Planning visits and must be provided
appropriate to the client's age, level of
knowledge, language, socio-cultural
background and in an unbiased
manner.
Preventive Health Services
•Complete physicals
•Extensive history
•Pap tests
•Breast exams
•How to do self exam
Preventive Health Services
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Basic lab tests
STD screening
Pregnancy tests
Follow-up/referral
Health education
Pregnancy Diagnosis and
Counseling
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Providers must provide pregnancy
diagnosis and counseling to all clients
in need of this service
Pregnancy diagnosis consists of:
Client medical history
Pregnancy test
Physical assessment
Family Planning Program Guidelines, (2001, pp. 53)
Related Services
The following related services are also available:
 Treatment of minor gynecological problems (such
as vaginitis or UTI)
 STDs and HIV/AIDS (detection and treatment of
common STDs for clients; partners should be
referred to local STD clinics
 Special counseling for future planned pregnancy
(provider agencies are encouraged to provide
multivitamins with folic acid to clients planning a
pregnancy
Family
Planning
Program
Posters

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