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Recipient Purpose Term Amount
Medicines360 To examine key factors that impact the availability of long acting reversible contraceptive methods at Federally Qualified Health Centers and disseminating key findings. 2018 - 2019 $300,000
National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy To produce a detailed evaluation and implementation plan for an educational information campaign to increase knowledge about contraceptive methods. 2018 - 2019 $210,452
National Women's Law Center To provide nonpartisan technical support to policymakers and key stakeholders in Kansas and Tennessee to improve access to contraceptive care among uninsured individuals. 2018 - 2021 $317,600
Oregon Health & Science University To evaluate the impact of providing incentives for contraceptive use. 2018 - 2021 $554,705
Oregon Health & Science University To evaluate a statewide policy in Oregon allowing pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraception to patients without a physician visit. 2018 - 2022 $1,248,251
Abortion Care Network To pilot and evaluate a contraception gap fund and professional development program to support women's healthcare providers. 2018 - 2019 $602,027
The Regents of the University of Michigan To help design a randomized controlled trial of the Michigan Contraceptive Access Research and Evaluation program. 2016 - 2017 $15,575
Gynuity Health Projects, LLC To develop and pilot a model to streamline access to long-acting contraceptive methods. 2018 - 2020 $396,011
The Regents of the University of Michigan To conduct a randomized controlled trial of the Michigan Contraceptive Access Research and Evaluation program. 2017 - 2024 Up To $5,986,314
Ibis Reproductive Health, Inc. To provide Grantee operating support to make an oral contraceptive available over the counter. 2018 - 2021 $2,000,000
The Texas A&M University To study the impact of two well-known initiatives that expanded access to long-acting reversible contraception. 2018 - 2019 $66,710
Johns Hopkins University To evaluate a family planning program administered in the Baltimore City Booking and Intake Center. 2018 - 2021 $315,697
University of Utah To provide technical support, capacity building resources, and training to reproductive health providers in Utah. 2018 - 2021 $4,000,000
Manatt, Phelps and Phillips, LLP To provide nonpartisan policy recommendations and technical assistance to the New Jersey Department of Human Services to improve access to family planning services in the State of New Jersey, and create and broadly disseminating a toolkit for other states. 2018 - 2019 $465,036
MDRC To support the Improving Contraceptive Options Now research project. 2015 - 2017 $1,500,000
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