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Urge Congress to fund high-quality sex ed and contraceptive care

As people continue to struggle with accessing basic health care, it is urgent that policymakers work to increase funding for sexual health education and services. Now that Congress has begun its work on FY25 appropriations, it is important that they increase funding for critical sexual and reproductive health programs, including the Title X Family Program and the Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program. Specifically, Congress must: 

Increase funding to $150 million for the TPP Program. This will ensure this evidence-based program, recognized by a wide range of bipartisan experts, can continue to generate high-quality research about how to meet the needs of young people—especially those who face the greatest inequities in access to sexual health information. 

Increase funding to $512 million for the Title X Family Planning Program to help Title X-funded clinics to meet the need for  high-quality contraceptive services, preventive screenings, and health education to low-income people, people lacking health insurance, young people, and more—as they have done for the last 50 years.  

 

These programs are critical in providing access to education and services, especially for marginalized communities. Take action and tell Congress to increase investments to TPP and Title X. 

 

 

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