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Key Initiatives

One Key Question supports people's power to decide by helping to transform their health care experience. We offer training and technical assistance to providers, organizations, and others interested in adopting this approach.

Power to Decide has launched BCBenefits: A Contraceptive Access Fund to support everyone's power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant and have a child. The Fund helps people of low income to overcome some of the most commonly-faced barriers in access to contraception, including transportation, child care, and other associated costs.

One piece of our larger work to advance state contraceptive access policies, our digital toolkit presents a variety of materials for elected officials, public health officials, and advocates. Currently, it focuses on three policies: coverage for an extended supply of contraception, protecting contraceptive coverage, and pharmacist prescribing of contraception. But new content will be added over time and the materials currently in the toolkit are updated regularly to reflect the latest changes in access.

From TLC's Teen Mom and Freeform's The Bold Type to Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan, we partner with writers and producers to talk about sexual health, relationships, and birth control.

Innovation Next, an accelerator program funded by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Adolescent Health, supports teams across the country in applying Design Thinking to the development of technology-based solutions to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy.

System-involved youth are at higher risk of unplanned pregnancy. We support innovative efforts to ensure that these young people receive the support they need to achieve their goals.

Unplanned pregnancies can make it hard to achieve educational goals. We help college campuses establish a system of support for all of their students’ health and pregnancy planning needs.