How Trust Her is expanding where and when women can get access to birth control
Nationally, 52% of mobile health clinics served vulnerable communities such as the underinsured, immigrants and individuals of color.
Getting to community health clinics can be difficult in areas with limited public transportation.
In Dallas County, nearly one in five births to teens is not a first baby, but a second or greater number birth.
Solving the challenge of repeat teen pregnancy requires improving access to birth control that meets the unique needs of teens.
Same-day access matters: Up to 50% of clients will not return for the second visit required to get an IUD or implant.
Same-day access to the birth control method of one’s choice is paramount to women’s health and family planning.
66% of women did not receive the birth control they wanted, or a prescription for it, at their first postpartum visit.