Focusing on our goal of making healthcare education and resources available to all, in 2019, Indiana Family Council sponsored clinics have done the following:
The percent of women under 25 Tested for Chlamydia has increased from 68% to 79%.
The percent of patients Tested for HIV has increased from 26% to 38%.
Our goal was to have 70 percent of women under the age of 25 be tested for chlamydia by the end of the calendar year. Left untreated at that age, the disease can lead to a lot of complications including infertility. Chlamydia is often known as a silent disease, which is why it is our goal to get as many women tested as possible.
We have been closely monitoring the rapid developments of COVID-19. We realize that this is a challenging time for many Hoosiers, which is why we have created a list of national and local resources to support our sub recipients and others in the field. As always, we...
The Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC) is currently seeking board members to serve in the new year. We are looking for leaders from across the state to offer their fundraising, management/administration and networking skills to help us promote our mission and goals....
The Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC) is seeking applications from public and private non-profit organizations with the ability and capacity to provide Title X funded family planning services in Madison County, Indiana Title X assists individuals and couples in...
The Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC) is pleased to announce the release of their 2019 Family Planning Report. The report highlights key areas regarding family planning and reproductive health in the state of Indiana. As you will see from the report, we have made...
Indiana Family Health Council
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Indianapolis, IN 46204