The Trump and congressional budgets could be devastating for basic access to health care for millions of women.
President Trump’s budget would fund the Title X Family Planning Program at $286 million, which is level funding relative to fiscal year 2016. Level funding fails to adequately support the approximately 2.5 million uninsured low-income women in need of affordable contraception and other preventive care, including Pap smears, sexually transmitted infection screening and testing, HPV vaccines, and breast and cervical cancer screenings through Title X sites.
Trump also stigmatizes Planned Parenthood by becoming the first president to use the federal budget to prevent the women’s health provider from participating in any programs funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The Title X Family Planning Program serves 4 million people each year, more than half of whom are women of color. Title X providers, including Planned Parenthood health centers, offer high-quality, affordable family planning and reproductive health care for women with and without insurance and low-income people. No one can be refused health services due to an inability to pay.
Find out below how many women receive family planning services under Title X in your state.
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