Pro-Life Title X
Enforced conscience laws, a life-affirming approach and a new rule are opening the door to pro-life & faith-based organizations.
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HHS is Seeking Teen Pregnancy
Grant Proposal Reviewers
INVITATION 3/2/20: HHS Office of Population Affairs (OPA) Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) seeks Objective Panel Grant Reviewers
Published: three new Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) - Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program.
Grant reviewers sought: to participate in upcoming Objective Review Committee (ORC) process for these TPP FOAs (as well as other new OPA FOAs coming soon). Grant Reviewers apply their professional experience and subject-matter-expertise in public health services to the evaluation of grant applications.
“Optimally Changing the Map of Teen Pregnancy through Replication of Programs Proven Effective (Tier 1) (AH-TP1-20-001)”
“Teen Pregnancy Prevention (Tier 2) - Phase II Rigorous Evaluation of Promising Interventions (AH-TP2-20-001)”
“Innovation and Impact Network Grants (Tier 2) – Achieving Optimal Health and Preventing Teen Pregnancy in Key Priority Areas (AH-TP2-20-002)”
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Potential reviewers also encouraged to send CV to
ORC schedule not yet finalized. Anticipate review timeline will begin in early May and last for approximately three weeks for each funding opportunity.
Final Title X Rule Issued
The new rule benefits:
• Patients seeking family planning services from health professionals and organizations with life-affirming values.
• Taxpayers who do not want their tax dollars to fund the abortion industry.
• Health professionals and organizations who could use federal funding to help provide services for family planning.
Conscience protections enforced
No required abortion referral or counseling*
New funding partners sought
Parents involved in decisions about children
"Family planning" more broadly defined
The rule will help stop abuses by the abortion industry and others who under the old rule may have:
Used fungible federal funds to expand their abortion operations and did not physically separate abortion facilities and operations from Title X funds.
Used federal funds to lobby for, advocate for or routinely refer patients for abortion.
Declined to ask patients about or report suspected cases of abuse such as human trafficking, child abuse, child molestation, sexual abuse, rape, incest or intimate partner violence.
Not effectively involved parents and families in the healthcare of minor children.
*To apply for any exemption related to an abortion-related concern in prior Title X policies in effect until the new rule takes effect, contact the HHS Office for Civil Rights (Toll Free Call Center: 1-800-368-1019).
On June 19, the Democrat-led House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing to oppose the new Title X reform and regulation.
Americans United for Life testimony
TITLE X RESOURCES
- clinical regulations and statutory requirements
- to assist current and prospective grantees
- services, training, research, abortion prohibition
- where to start, what to do, what to avoid
- reforms to benefit patients and enforce the law
- with Title X program leader Dr. Diane Foley
- evidence-informed guidelines for services
Not your mother's family planning program
Several federal grants awarded under a recent Title X funding opportunity illustrate the current administration's determination to ensure that faith-based and pro-life clinics, hospitals, pregnancy centers and sexual risk avoidance programs...
The March for Life applauds HHS Secretary Azar and the Trump administration for protecting taxpayers from funding abortion through Title X. For ten years strong Marist polling indicates that the majority of Americans do not want their taxpayer dollars subsidizing abortion companies.
Jeanne Mancini, President, March For Life
Freedom2Care Director Jonathan Imbody with Little Sisters of the Poor, who won a Supreme Court victory to prevent the Obama administration from forcing them to participate in its contraceptives mandate.
Practically speaking, the new rule now opens the door to many more health organizations, which should translate into more and better options for patient care. Many life-affirming, full-service health organizations nationwide had been shut out of the program by the previous administration's abortion-related requirements.