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Reproductive Life Planning
CHOICES will initiate a new Reproductive Life Planning Program in early 2013 that combines clinical services with both individual and group level education sessions to help women develop their own individual reproductive life plans.
Many health and social inequities still exist in Memphis, including housing, income, and education. These inequities directly contribute to poor maternal health and birth outcomes. In addition the social and medical systems which serve these needs continue to be fragmented.
CHOICES’ new Reproductive Life Planning Program will provide counseling and clinical services to help women plan, prevent and/or space future pregnancies, as well as facilitate referrals to local partner organizations for other needs directly related to successful reproductive life planning, such as intimate partner violence, literacy, financial literacy, career planning, smoking cessation, and others.
The Reproductive Life Planning Program has been made possible through a grant from the Every Woman Southeast Initiative administered by the University of North Carolina Center for Maternal and Infant Health.
This new program supports CHOICES’ model of providing comprehensive reproductive health services. CHOICES’ believes that a comprehensive practice that reflects the life-long needs and experiences of women, men, and families can best support a community in achieving and maintaining good sexual and reproductive health.
For more information, or if you would like to participate as a client in the Reproductive Life Planning Program, please contact Jennifer Marshall Pepper, Assistant Director, at 901-791-9384 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
 Urban Child Institute. 2011 Data Book. The State of Children in Memphis and Shelby County.