Key Issues

Today, one in four women who receives contraceptive care does so at a women’s health center. One in six women who obtains a Pap test or a pelvic exam does so at a women’s health center, as do one-third of women who receive counseling, testing, or treatment for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.

Opposing Attacks on Women’s Health

Women must be able to access health care without fear of violence, harassment, or intimidation. And women, men, and teens must able to make their own decisions about their health and their futures without government intrusion.



Fighting for Real Sex Ed

American teens need information to make responsible decisions and stay healthy. The best way to give them those tools is by providing comprehensive, medically accurate, age-appropriate sex education.



Expanding Global Reproductive Rights

The health and safety of women and men around the world must be protected. By increasing access to reproductive health services we can improve gender equality, maternal health, and child survival, allowing women to take control of their lives.



Ensuring Health Care Access

As an essential community health care provider, Womens Choice believes that any health care reform proposal must ensure access to quality, affordable care that includes access to the full range of reproductive health services.

Victory! Congress passed the health care reform bill.

Protecting Abortion Access

Womens Choice knows that decisions about childbearing should be made by women in consultation with their families and their doctors not by politicians.




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