Project AbstractName of Project: Florida Statewide Family Planning ProgramService Area: Statewide Applicant Name: Florida Department of HealthName of Project Contact: Susan Speake, RN, BSMailing Address: 4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A-13 Tallahassee, FL 32399-1721Contact Person Phone Number: (850)245-4496Contact Person Email Address: Susan.Speake@flhealth.govWebsite Address: www.floridahealth.gov Type of Organization: State Agency Geographic Area: Rural, Non-Metropolitan and MetropolitanTarget Population: All women of child bearing age and men with a focus on those at 150% and below the federal poverty level.Overarching Goals:1. Decrease unintended pregnancies.2. Increase women utilizing the Medicaid Waiver.3. Improve access to care.Summary of Proposed Project Narrative: Florida Department of Health (DOH) has provided Title X services in Florida since 1972. The Department proposes to continue providing comprehensive Title X services to women and men throughout the state with a focus on serving individuals whose income is 150% or less of the federal poverty level. Project Overview: The Statewide Family Planning (FP) Program is located in the Division of Community Health Promotion, Bureau of Family Health Services, Adolescent and Reproductive Health Section (ARHS). ARHS administers, coordinates, and monitors Title X FP program compliance of the 67 local County Health Departments (CHDs). The 67 local CHDs administer Title X services through their 149 clinic sites.Included in the application are all required grant information, documents, federal forms, assurances, reports, and exhibits. The project narrative in conjunction with the work plan provides a summary of progress toward Title X FP goals and related priorities of the Office of Population Affairs. The project narrative describes the results of the statewide needs assessment; DOH and local Dep
artments of Health organization and management; clinical services organization and management; community education and outreach activities; quality assurance and financial management; and the service delivery plan. The service delivery work plan contains long goals and objectives, an evaluation plan, and areas that address the Office of Population Affairs priorities and key issues. The detailed budget and budget justification includes projected costs expected to be incurred during 2019-2020, using state and federal funding, and addresses indirect cost, and the distribution of funds to the local DOH.