About Title X
News Alert: Changes to the Title X Family Planning Program Threaten Access to Essential Sexual + Reproductive Health Care
- Read our latest press release: New Poll shows CA voters across political party support birth control and express concern over Trump Administration’s changes to Title X
- Essential Access Health's statement regarding our preliminary injunction hearing to block the Title X regulations from taking effect
- Essential Access Health’s media advisory for April 18th preliminary injunction hearing
- Press release applauding the CA State Senate for taking action to #SaveTitleX
- Press release on filing a preliminary injunction motion to block harmful and unlawful Title X regulations from taking effect.
- Press release on our legal challenge to block Title X regulations from taking effect.
- Essential Access Health’s statement on how the changes could impact Title X in California
Information + Resources
- Essential Access Health v Azar – Preliminary Injunction Motion
- Essential Access Health v. Azar Complaint
- Title X in California: Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Social Media Posts + Graphics
- KFF Brief: New Title X Regulations: Implications for Women and Family Planning Providers
- Guttmacher Institute’s Comprehensive Guide to Proposed Changes to Title X
Contact us to receive additional information and materials.
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Title X in California
As the nation’s only dedicated source of federal funding for family planning services, Title X (ten) serves more than 4,000,000 individuals nationwide, who may otherwise lack access to essential health care.
Essential Access Health has administered the Title X program in California since it was established in 1970 with broad bi-partisan support to provide a pathway to family planning services for low-income and uninsured individuals across the country.
Today, Essential Access Health operates the largest and most diverse Title X system in the nation that supports the delivery of quality family planning and related services to 1,000,000 low-income Californians each year at more than 355 health centers throughout the state. Members of the Title X provider network in California include federally qualified health centers, city and county health departments, hospitals, university affiliates, Urban Indian health centers, and stand-alone family planning/women’s health centers.
Additional resources for California Title X-funded providers can be found on the Title X Extranet (note: login required).