NFPRHA partners with many organizations that share a mission to provide voluntary, comprehensive and culturally appropriate family planning and sexual health services. NFPRHA's current partners are listed below:

Family Planning Councils of America (FPCA)
FPCA serves as a forum for the exchange of programmatic, political and professional information; the discussion of common problems; and the provision of technical assistance among the private, not-for-profit grantees of the Title X family planning program. FPCA members are devoted to keeping public-funded reproductive health services a national priority.

Pearl of Wisdom Campaign to Prevent Cervical Cancer
The Pearl of Wisdom Campaign to Prevent Cervical Cancer is a united, global effort to raise awareness of the opportunities now available to prevent cervical cancer. In the U.S., the campaign was launched in January 2009 and is led by Tamika & Friends, a national nonprofit organization focused on cervical cancer awareness.

National Cervical Cancer Public Education Campaign
The National Cervical Cancer Public Education Campaign, is led by the Foundation for Women's Cancer and supported by more than 30 national organizations engaged in informing the public about prevention, early detection and quality treatment of cervical cancer.

National Chlamydia Coalition (NCC)
Convened in 2008 to address the continued high burden of Chlamydia infection, especially among women age 25 and under, the coalition strives to reduce the rates of Chlamydia and its harmful effects among sexually active adolescents and young adults.

State Family Planning Administrators (SFPA)
SFPA provides a forum for leaders of state/territorial family planning programs to exchange ideas and strategies that improve services, and to influence, support and promote policies that foster quality family planning as an essential component of health care for all.

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National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association

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