Founded in 2019, Nebraska Family Planning (NEFP) ensures access to equitable, rights- based reproductive health care services and education while championing all Nebraskans in determining their reproductive destiny. This Midwestern organization focuses particularly on people from low-income families, adolescents, people of color, rural communities, immigrants, and others who have been historically underserved, marginalized, and adversely affected by persistent poverty, inequality, and limited access to care. The organization believes that family planning is a fundamental human right essential for the well-being of all individuals.
As Nebraska’s grantee for Title X services, NEFP’s 12 sub-recipients, located in both urban and rural settings, provide comprehensive, client-centered, equitable, inclusive, and trauma-informed reproductive and sexual health services and methods. In 2020, the organization and its sub-recipients served 19,775 unduplicated patients across Nebraska.
NEFP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an operating budget of ~$3.4M. It is guided by a seven member, volunteer Board of Directors and a year-round staff of 10. To learn more about NEFP, please visit here.