GEORGIA FAMILY PLANNING SYSTEM
In 2014, The Family Health Centers of Georgia became the first community health center in the nation to receive Title X funding to administer statewide family planning services. We provide oversee an annual budget of $7.8 million to ensure all Georgia families receive access to low cost or no cost (free) birth control options. Our program, The Georgia Family Planning System (GFPS), is a collaboration of statewide federally qualified community health centers and Grady Health System.
With locations across the state of Georgia, the goals of GFPS are to offer family planning services that aim to decrease the rate of unplanned/unintended pregnancies in the state, increase healthy outcomes for pregnant women and provide access to affordable primary healthcare services for your entire family.