Family planning is the first, often invisible, step for many to reach their goals. It’s the foundation for their ambitions, for their education, for the family that they want, the life they want to live, and so much more. Family planning also means something different to each individual. For some, family planning means having access to birth control to wait on starting a family. For others, it helps achieve a pregnancy.

Join the Conversation

Our campaign begins with you! We want to hear what family planning means both for you and the patients you serve.

  • Download your own sign to print, personalize, and share.

  • Share NFPRHA's tweet and Facebook post announcing the campaign.

  • Post and share the Family Planning is the Foundation Facebook and Twitter cover photo.

  • Ask your patients to finish this sentence, "Family planning is the foundation for..." on this postcard and share responses on social media.

Photo courtesy NJI Media



  • Create your own social media posts using the fill-in-the-blank signs and postcard. Share your photo along with one of the examples below and include #MyFamilyPlanning in your posts.

Sample Social Media Posts

    • Join the campaign. Tell your story. Family Planning is the Foundation for ___________. #MyFamilyPlanning

    • Family planning means something different to everyone. What would your sign say? #MyFamilyPlanning

    • Give family planning a voice. A campaign that begins with you. #MyFamilyPlanning

    • Family Planning is the Foundation for your ambitions, your education, for the family that you want, and the life you want to live. #MyFamilyPlanning

    • Access to family planning creates the foundation for a healthy life and so much more. #MyFamilyPlanning

Learn More

  • New York Times - The Trump Administration’s Backward Attitude Toward Birth Control (3/8/2018)

  • What is Title X and What Does It Support? (PDF) - NFPRHA's infographic explains how a diverse provider network ensures health care to four million patients every year. (2/2018)






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