The Idaho Family Planning Program (IFPP) at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is housed in the Maternal and Child Health Section in the Bureau of Clinical and Preventive Services, within the Division of Public Health. The project funds and oversees the provision of family planning services in 36 Idaho counties. The project period began April 1, 2019, and ends March 31, 2022. IFPP will partners with local Public Health Districts and Federally-Qualified Health Centers to provide a broad range of acceptable and effective family planning methods, including fertility awareness-based methods, infertility services, services to adolescents, client education, related preventive health services, and referral services related to family planning. The focal populations for the project include low-income, uninsured and underinsured clients, adolescents, and people with limited English proficiency. Subrecipient agencies have formed strong partnerships with community resources, primary care providers, and specialist providers in order to make referrals and provide a continuum of care in local communities.