The Washington State Sexual and Reproductive Health Network provides services, supplies, and information to help individuals of all genders achieve optimal sexual and reproductive health, improve the rate of intentional pregnancies, avoid unintended pregnancies, and understand their pregnancy/parenting intentions. We help individuals achieve their desired number of children, including no children, and determine the timing and spacing of pregnancies.
The Network serves all who want and need sexual and reproductive health services.
There are currently 16 organizations in Washington's Sexual and Reproductive Health Network. These organizations operate 87 clinics that provide sexual and reproductive health services at a sliding fee. Washington State provides funding to make sure people with low-incomes and people who are uninsured or underinsured can access these services.
Network Profiles 2022
The Washington State Sexual and Reproductive Health Network provides cancer screenings, breast and pelvic exams, and HIV and STI testing with treatment or referral. We provide preconception and infertility counseling, contraceptive services, counseling, and supplies, pregnancy testing and counseling, and referral to other services as appropriate.
We collect and analyze data to improve Network performance. Below are profiles for each Network partner detailing client demographics, contraceptive methods used, unwanted outcomes averted, and costs saved.
- Cedar River Clinics (PDF) clinics in King and Pierce Counties
- Columbia Basin (PDF) clinics in Adams, Franklin, and Grant Counties
- Cowlitz Family Health Center (PDF) clinics in Cowlitz, Pacific, and Wahkiakum Counties
- Family Health Centers (PDF) clinics in Okanogan County
- Grays Harbor Public Health & Social Services (PDF) clinic in Grays Harbor County
- Jefferson County Public Health (PDF) clinics in Jefferson County
- Klickitat County Health Department (PDF) clinics in Klickitat County
- Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood (PDF) clinics in San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom Counties
- NE Washington Health Program (PDF) clinics in Ferry, Stevens, and Pend Orielle Counties
- Pacific County Public Health (PDF) clinics in Pacific County
- Peninsula Community Health Centers (PDF) clinics in Kitsap and Mason Counties
- Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette (PDF) clinic in Clark County
- Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands (PDF) clinics in Clallam, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties
- Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho (PDF) clinics in Benton, Chelan, Franklin, Grant, Kittitas, Spokane, Walla Walla, Whitman, and Yakima Counties
- Public Health Seattle & King County (PDF) clinics in King County
- Skamania County Health Department (PDF) clinic in Skamania County
The Need for Publicly Funded Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Most people in Washington State have health coverage (insurance). Washington State requires individual health benefit plans to cover maternity services and state-regulated plans to:
- Cover all FDA-approved contraceptive methods with no cost-sharing requirements
- Cover over-the-counter contraceptives without requiring a prescription
- Cover abortion services to the same extent that they cover maternity services
There is still a need for publicly funded family planning services. Some people:
- Have health coverage through a plan that is not regulated by the state
- Do not have health coverage of any kind
- Cannot use their health coverage for sexual and reproductive health services due to confidentiality concerns. (This often includes young people and people living with intimate partner violence or domestic violence.)
More Information from the State of Washington
Washington State uses Results Washington to track performance on selected measures. State agencies and officials use this data to prioritize resources and improve strategies. Results Washington goals include decreasing unintended pregnancy.
The Department of Health's most recent report on the Health of Washington State provides Washington State-specific information on general health status, major risk and protective factors, infectious and chronic diseases, injury and violence, maternal and child health, environmental health, health care services, and occupational health. It includes chapters on:
- Sexual health (2013)
- Unintended pregnancy (2013) and (2016 update)
- Teen pregnancy and childbearing (2013)
Sexual and Reproductive Health Data from Other Sources
- Guttmacher Institute researches reproductive and sexual health issues and publishes data and analyses. They provide information on a variety of reproductive and sexual health topics.
- The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy compiles data from a variety of sources.
- The CDC National Survey of Family Growth gathers information that includes pregnancy rates, contraceptive use, sexual behavior and attitudes about a variety of issues.