13 Facts About Title X


Title X Family Planning Program is the only federal grant program dedicated to providing individuals with comprehensive family planning and related preventive health services.

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Title X is legally designed to prioritize the needs of low-income families or uninsured people who might not otherwise have access to these health care services.

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Between 2014 and 2019, Title X Family Planning program received $286 million per year.

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Title X is administered by the Office of Population Affairs.

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In 2018,99 agencies received Title X funding, supporting almost 4,000 service sites in the US, including 8 US territories.

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Title X looks to improve the provision of family planning services by engaging in data collection and research of the program and its grantees.

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Title X is funded every fiscal year by Congressional appropriations.

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Title X receives further funding from Medicaid reimbursements and additional federal sources.

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Title X has served millions of people throughout the years; according to HHS estimates, in 2018 alone Title X served 3.

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Title X program serves mainly low income and young population.

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In 2018, Title X funding was used to cover more than 600,000 tests for cervical cancer, more than 800,000 tests for breast cancer, and almost 5 million tests for STDs.

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Title X mainly serves low- to middle-income women, but has stepped up its efforts to involve men in family planning efforts and the number of male clients is on the rise.

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Since its inception, Title X has not directly provided funds for programs that use abortion as a family planning method.

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