Arizona Family Health Partnership

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Arizona Family Health Partnership (AFHP) is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to making quality reproductive healthcare and education available and accessible to all women, men and teens in Arizona, particularly those lacking resources and traditionally reluctant to seek services. Since 1974, AFHP has offered a wide range of reproductive health services by contracting with community-based agencies throughout the state that provide direct client care. Services under the program are provided free or are subsidized, according to an income-based sliding fee scale. AFHP also replicates the Adolescent Champion Model to build the capacity of health centers to provide high quality, youth-centered services with the goal of improving the healthcare experience for teens. AFHP operates the Collective Resource Hub, a directory for youth-serving professionals to find resources, professional development, partnership opportunities, and more; as well as SexFYI.org, a website for teens, parents, and young adults to find information about birth control methods and options, as well as a search function to find the nearest Title X-funded health center in Arizona.

Website:

www.arizonafamilyhealth.org