The 2019 Family Planning Annual Report (FPAR), an annual summary from the Office of Population Affairs of national, regional, and state-wide data related to patients and providers in the Title X program, shows the dramatic, painful impact of the Trump administration’s Title X rule on people across the country. Although the rule was only in effect for five months in 2019, more than 800,000 fewer patients were seen for family planning services at Title X-funded health centers in 2019 than were seen the previous year. To learn more and share news about the report, the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA) has prepared sample social media posts; a one-page infographic; state-level factsheets; an updated Title X 101 factsheet, and a webpage that answers key questions about the program and the impact of the rule.
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