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AFFORDABLE & CONFIDENTIAL family planning & healthcare in Georgia

GFPS service sites offer affordable and confidential services for women, men and teens, regardless of income or health insurance status.

AFFORDABLE & CONFIDENTIAL family planning & healthcare in Georgia

GFPS service sites offer affordable and confidential services for women, men and teens, regardless of income or health insurance status.

Our Partner’s Services

Family Planning + Primary Healthcare Under One Umbrella

With 175+ sites across the state, Georgia Family Planning System (GFPS) is the largest and only Title X family planning network that provides fully-integrated family planning and primary healthcare services under one umbrella. GFPS service sites offer affordable and confidential services for women, men and teens, regardless of income or health insurance status.

Our Expertise

Using our unique Integration Training Model, our team of family planning & primary healthcare administrators teach you how to build a highly skilled and knowledge team that can effectively and fully integrate Title X at the administrative and clinical levels.

Support Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver high-quality, affordable, and evidence-based care to women, men, and adolescents throughout Georgia regardless of race, gender, or income, including those whose main reason for seeking healthcare services may not be directly related to their sexual and reproductive health

Nearly 700,000 women in GEORGIA are in need of publicly funded contraceptive services and supplies.

Most of those women, ages 13-44, are young, non-white or uninsured. There is also a large gap in men and adolescent boys’ access to family planning information and services in Georgia.

Support Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver high-quality, affordable, and evidence-based care to women, men, and adolescents throughout Georgia regardless of race, gender, or income, including those whose main reason for seeking healthcare services may not be directly related to their sexual and reproductive health

Nearly 700,000 women in GEORGIA are in need of publicly funded contraceptive services and supplies.

Most of those women, ages 13-44, are young, non-white or uninsured. There is also a large gap in men and adolescent boys’ access to family planning information and services in Georgia.