The Women's Health Program

Our approaches include advocacy, communications, consumer education, grassroots organizing, policy analysis, research and technical assistance. While our focus is on women’s health, we recognize that access to needed health care can be affected not only by an individual’s gender, but also by sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, immigration status, income, age and disability. We work to lift up the voices of women who are rarely represented in health policy discussions, such as young women, women of color, immigrant women, older women, low-income women, lesbians, transgender women and men, and gender nonconforming people.

Our current work is focused in three specific areas:

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