Family planning services
for women and men
throughout Indiana.


How is Indiana Family Health Council Funded?

The Indiana Family Health Council is primarily funded through federal grants. IFHC also may receive additional funding from donors, community foundations and organizations for specific projects or to broaden the scope of the organization.

Title X

The Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC) has received and administered the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services federal funding program known as Title X (“ten”) since 1976.

Congress established Title X with broad bipartisan support and was signed by President Nixon in 1970. It is the only federal grant program for family planning and related preventive health services for low-income or uninsured individuals and others.

Title XX

IFHC also receives funds through the federal Title XX of the Social Security Act, also referred to as the Social Services Block Grant (SSBG). Block grant funds are given on the basis of population. While the funds can be used for a variety of programs, the only medical services covered under this funding source are for family planning.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

TANF funding has been set aside for family planning to assist families in need available through IFHC delegate agencies. TANF is what is formerly known as “welfare.” Welfare Reform efforts in Indiana have placed an emphasis on “work first” and “personal responsibility,” replacing cash assistance with transitional services that help people gain employment and depend less on public aid.


Donations from individuals help us further our mission of promoting and facilitating family planning and reproductive health services for those in need. Those wishing to donate can do so through the donate button or through the Amazon Smile and Goodshop programs for nonprofits.

IFHC is a 501 (c)(3) entity and all donations are tax-deductible.