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The Family Planning Program provides comprehensive reproductive health services to women of childbearing age and their partners. Services include physical exams, birth control counseling and supplies, abstinence skills training, immunizations, and screening for cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. The FPP also provides screening, counseling and referral for risk factors affecting women and men’s health such as substance abuse, poor nutrition, cigarette smoking and exposure to violence.
For more information on Family Planning services please contact your local health department.
In an effort to reduce the impact of cancer on the lives of Georgians, the Georgia Breast and Cervical Program (BCCP) strives to address 2030 Healthy People National objectives by providing access to timely breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to eligible women. The Georgia BCCP provides services to women with limited annual income and health insurance (under-insured), as well as uninsured women between the ages of 4-64 for breast cancer and 21-64 for cervical cancer.