Addressing Financial Inequities

NFPRHA believes that all people should have timely and convenient access to high-quality, confidential, and affordable family planning and sexual health care. Financial inequities impact family planning decision making, especially for people with no or low incomes and communities that face systemic barriers to care, given that they “bear the financial responsibility and additional burden of finding a provider that accepts Medicaid.”

Interventions such as fee transparency, education on insurance options, and improved access to affordable prescriptions are imperative to reduce family planning and sexual health inequities.

NFPRHA Resources

View the digital resource guide, online assessment tool, or a printable version of both. If you have questions, please contact Ericka Burns, Senior Director, Program (Equity), at

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Phone: 202-293-3114  |

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