The Reproductive Health and Wellness Program (RHWP) comprehensively addresses issues of reproductive health and wellness (including family planning) with a focus on populations in greatest need and identified priorities. An important goal of the RHWP in Ohio is to improve the overall health and well-being of women and men by promoting healthy lifestyles and encouraging the establishment of a reproductive life plan.
Reproductive health services are broad-based, voluntary and private.
Family planning services help to:
- Plan a healthy pregnancy
- Provide Birth Control Options such as pills, Depo injections, Nexplanon, and IUDs
- Screen for diseases or other health conditions
- Provide STD testing and treatment
- Improve pregnancy outcomes
- Improve the health of mothers and babies.
Family planning clinics in Ohio receive funds to provide services. Priority is given to persons having low incomes and those with no insurance or insurance that does not cover reproductive health services. Fees for services are based on family size and income and no one is denied services if they cannot pay. There is no requirement that a person live in the area in order to receive services.
To find out more call 740-942-2616 to make an appointment or to ask questions!
Funded through Federal Title X of the Public Health Service Act, Maternal and Child Health Block Grant and general revenue funds.
We accept most insurances, Medicaid/ Medicaid HMO’s and Medicare, as well.