OPA is a leader in family planning and reproductive health care services, training and research.
National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month (NTPPM) is designed to increase the public’s awareness of and commitment to teen pregnancy prevention.Learn more about NTPPM
The OPA is responsible for administering the embryo adoption public awareness campaign. The campaign supports grants, cooperative agreements, and/or contracts, which aim to increase public awareness of embryo donation / adoption. The Campaign also funds certain services designed to make frozen embryo adoption more available for infertile couples.Learn more about Embryo Adoption
May 18th, is HIV Vaccine Awareness Day. It is a day to recognize and thank the thousands of volunteers, community members, health professionals, and scientists who are working together to find a safe and effective HIV vaccine.View the Vaccine Fact Sheet
May 19th is National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This year’s theme is “Saving face can’t make you safe. Talk about HIV-for me, for you, for everyone.”View the Fact Sheet
Over the next year, millions more American women and men will benefit as the law expands access to affordable health coverage.Visit Affordable Care Act
May is National Hepatitis Awareness Month. Many people with chronic viral hepatitis do not have symptoms and do not know they are infected. Getting tested at your nearest clinic will help ensure that you get the treatment you need.View the
Family Planning Clinics across the country are available to provide women and men with reproductive health care. Find a clinic near you.
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