Taking the Unintended Out of Pregnancy: Colorado’s Success with Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

Source: Colorado Department of Public Health
Date Published: 1/2017

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The Colorado Family Planning Initiative’s success made Colorado a leader in innovative family planning programming, a public health resource for family planning services and a model for other state level family planning efforts.

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