“A Columbia-based nonprofit organization is working with the Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. (BJHCHS) to ensure birth control access to all women in southeastern South Carolina.”
“One of the Grand Strand’s largest medical providers is keeping up with meteoric post-pandemic demand for birth control products thanks to its unique partnership with a Columbia nonprofit.”
“The partnership between New Morning and Tandem, a federally qualified health center, has existed since 2017 to provide access to birth control.”
“Since 2018, ReGenesis has partnered with New Morning Foundation, a nonprofit in Columbia S.C. that houses a program called Choose Well — an initiative to increase access to contraceptive services across South Carolina.”
“The organization and more than 100 participating clinics have provided free contraceptive services to more than 300,000 women in the South Carolina.”
“What if we made birth control available at little to no cost in every community, in every county, for every person with a uterus in South Carolina, regardless of health insurance coverage?”
“You can still get necessary scans, routine tests, and primary and emergency care, even without health insurance—or if your coverage is lacking. Here’s how.
“A South Carolina nonprofit that built a birth control access program is running short of funding and wants the state to step in to keep it going.”
“We must reduce the number of unintended pregnancies in our state.”
“Clues from the state with the biggest recent decline”
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