Reproductive Health and Family Planning

Updated Title X Rule

On October 7, 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs (OPA), published an updated and final rule for all Title X family planning programs. The rule goes into effect on November 8, 2021. You can find more information and resources from OPA on the 2021 Title X final rule.

 

The Wisconsin Reproductive Health and Family Planning (RHFP) program supports clinics across the state of Wisconsin to provide family planning, reproductive and sexual health services. The program ensures family planning services for all who need them across Wisconsin.

Public health or health care professionals

If you are a public health or healthcare professional working as a part of our network or interested in joining our network, you may be interested in the following resources.

National and federal resources

State resources

Well-Badger Resource Center: Wisconsin’s health information and referral service, connecting you to the social, health, and government programs available in your communities

Email the RHFP program for more information.

People looking for clinical services

If you are looking for clinical services, use the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) clinic finder to locate Reproductive Health and Family Planning services near you.

All services are voluntary and confidential, and provided regardless of insurance status. Services are paid for on a sliding scale so you can access them at low or no cost, depending on your income.

You may also qualify for benefits that will help you pay for your visit. Learn more about the Family Planning Only Services Medicaid benefit.

Please call ahead to ask about clinic hours and specific services provided at the clinic nearest you. Services that may be provided include:

  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Birth control
  • Emergency contraception
  • STI screening and treatment
  • Preventive and primary care services
  • Intimate partner safety
  • Referrals for follow up and/or specialized care

Who we are:

Comprehensive services: The RHFP program brings together a variety of stakeholders, weaving a network of clinics and referral partners to provide expansive and comprehensive service options for all clients.

Health equity: The RHFP program strives to promote reproductive justice and ensure equitable access to care, identifying and breaking down barriers on both individual and systemic levels.

Coordinated care: The RHFP program coordinates a network of high-quality family planning and reproductive health care services across the state by providing standardized information, training, and educational resources to all clinical partners.

Contacts

Stephanie Mock – Unit Supervisor

Catherine Sendelbach – Program Consultant

Shuba Samuel, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, APNP, CEN, CNE – Advance Practice Nurse Practitioner

Melissa Geach, BSN, RN – Nurse Consultant

Laura Wiederhoeft, BSN, RNC-OB – Nurse Consultant

Alexa DeBoth – Epidemiologist

Maren Holm – Family Health Program Trainer

 
Last Revised: October 7, 2021