Trust Her is removing access barriers for women and community health clinics in Dallas County.
87% of Americans believe women should have access to all forms of birth control and should be able to choose the one that works best.
For many of our clinic partners, uninsured women and teens represent 30%-50% of their patients.
Less than half of women of reproductive age receive contraceptives or family planning services, even if they see a healthcare provider annually.
Clinicians must feel comfortable prescribing all methods of contraception, speaking to their side effects, and performing the proper insertion and removal of each.
For a community health clinic that serves 30 women a day, the cost of fully stocking an on-site pharmacy comes to almost $25,000 per month.
Out of the 67 community-based healthcare clinics in Dallas County, only 36% of clinics offered all methods of contraception.