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Family planning clinics

New Hampshire Family Planning Program
Program name: New Hampshire Family Planning Program
Population served: Women and men of reproductive age, especially low income and teens.
Eligibility: Anyone in need of family planning services; insurance and Medicaid accepted. Sliding scale fees are available for persons without income or with low income. Sliding scale fees are also available for the uninsured or underinsured client.
Region served: 11 Agencies provide services in 27 statewide sites
Funding: Federal DHHS Title X and State
Program started: 1980
Number of clients: Over 31,000 receive services annually.
Contact: Patricia Tilley
New Hampshire Family Planning Program
29 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-4526
Email: ptilley@dhhs.state.nh.us
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The Family Planning Program contracts with 11 agencies and provides services in 27 statewide sites. All sites provide clinical and educational services on preventing sexually transmitted diseases, contraception or planning for a healthy pregnancy.

All sites provide education on hepatitis B with an emphasis on the fact that it is vaccine preventable and can be sexually transmitted. Education on hepatitis A and hepatitis C is offered as-needed based on client history and circumstances.

Many programs provide hepatitis B vaccine to adolescent clients. This service is funded through the State’s immunization program. In addition, some clinics offer hepatitis B and hepatitis A vaccines to those at risk of sexual transmission. This is concurrent with the State’s STD/ HIV Prevention Program.

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