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Today, Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP) is excited to announce it has joined the federal Title X program in Oklahoma, increasing its reach as an essential part of the family planning safety net for the state. At the start of the new year, PPGP was officially granted funding by Missouri Family Health Council (MFHC), which oversees and supports much of the Title X network in the state, to deliver low to no cost, equitable, and high-quality family planning care at its health centers across Oklahoma.  

MFHC has been a steward of Title X for more than 40 years and has worked with providers like PPGP to deliver services including contraception counseling and supplies, wellness exams, breast and cervical cancer screenings, sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV prevention, screenings, treatment, immunizations, and pregnancy screening and counseling. Under the national family planning program, PPGP will have increased funding to directly support the cost of care for eligible patients, regardless of insurance status.

"As experts in comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care, we are thrilled to bring our experience to the Title X program in Oklahoma,” said Emily Wales, president and CEO, Planned Parenthood Great Plains. “At a time when our patients are worried about the future of access to essential care, we are proud to be part of the effort to expand critical family planning services within the communities we serve, while alleviating the cost burden for many. We’ve been a trusted provider in Oklahoma for decades, and we’ll continue to ensure patients know where they can turn for informative and compassionate care.”

PPGP is an experienced provider in Title X – the only federal grant program dedicated solely to delivering inclusive, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive family planning and related preventive health services. The program supports a diverse network of clinics including state and local health departments, federally qualified health centers, hospital-based sites, and other private nonprofit and community-based health centers.

“As a long-time Title X grantee in a neighboring state, MFHC is honored to collaborate with Planned Parenthood Great Plains to reinstate Title X services in Oklahoma without unnecessary barriers or delays,” said Michelle Trupiano, executive director, Missouri Family Health Council. “PPGP’s reputation and commitment to the delivery of high-quality, inclusive care will ground our work as additional health centers join Title X and provide services in the coming months.”

PPGP has four health centers across Oklahoma, opening its Lawton location in 2022. PPGP’s clinics see patients for a wide range of services including birth control, STI and HIV testing and treatment, emergency contraception (morning-after pill), pregnancy testing and services, gender-affirming care, and general wellness care. Additionally, PPGP launched vasectomy services last year with free two-day clinics in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The organization recently announced expanded free and reduced cost vasectomy procedures.

Financial assistance will be determined based on individual patient needs. Sooner Care and most forms of private insurance accepted. To make an appointment, visit ppgreatplains.org or call 1-800-230-PLAN.


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