The Michigan Family Planning Program makes available general reproductive health assessment, comprehensive contraceptive services, related health education and counseling, and referrals as needed to every citizen of the state. The program's strong educational and counseling component helps to reduce health risks and promote healthy behaviors.
While services are available to anyone, the primary target population is low-income women and men. Individuals with income levels at or below poverty can receive the full array of program services at no cost. No one is denied services because of inability to pay. Through contracts with 36 agencies, a network of local programs assures availability of the services statewide.
- Local family planning agencies are allocated public funds based on the number of clients they expect to serve.
- Services are delivered through local health departments, planned parenthood affiliates, hospitals, and private non-profit agencies.
- Services provided include a general health assessment, screening, contraception, pregnancy detection, infertility services, client and community education, and follow-up and referral for problems for both females and males.
Questions on this RFP can be sent to email@example.com until January 10, 2014. Responses will be posted in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document accessed here. The RFP Question and Answer process is closed, effective January 10, 2014, per the grant guidance.
Materials for Request for Proposals (RFP) for Michigan Title X Family Planning Grants, FY 14-15:
Family Planning Advisory Council:
Annual Health Care Plan Documents:
Epidemiology and Data Reports:
The Family Planning Program receives support from a Family Planning Epidemiologist, located in the Bureau of Epidemiology. Supports includes epidemiologic study design, statistical analysis, technical expertise, program evaluation, and policy and program development. This position produces several documents including a Family Planning Newsletter and Annual Reports. All reports can be accessed here.
Clinical Standards and Guidelines for Contraceptives (Revised 2014):
Method Specific Consents (2013)
Michigan Family Planning STD Treatment Guidelines (2014):
Additional Documents and Resources:
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