Across the state, our diverse network of partners — from hospitals and rural clinics to university health centers and nursing schools — are working together with a singular goal: give South Carolina families the healthiest start.
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Research shows that birth spacing improves health outcomes for mothers and babies. And postpartum care is one of the most effective times to counsel women who want to prevent pregnancies in the immediate future. Read more Read less
Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) work together to improve the health of communities by offering primary care, prevention, education and case management. Read more Read less
The South Carolina Office of Rural Health is the link to more than 100 rural clinics, caring for Medicaid-insured and uninsured patients, many of whom receive care for free or at a reduced cost. Read more Read less
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) brings a wealth of family planning leadership and expertise to Choose Well, having provided these services as part of its mission since the 1970s. Read more Read less
Community-reaching organizations serve a pivotal role in advancing reproductive health and helping individuals make informed contraceptive choices, by provide contraceptive counseling, making referrals to clinics and, in some cases, providing contraceptives. Read more Read less
A diverse network of organizations working to further knowledge and best practices throughout the life of the Choose Well initiative. Read more Read less
Student health services at multiple college and university campuses across South Carolina are partnering with Choose Well to extend contraceptive counseling and access for students actively enrolled in postsecondary education.
Physician Residents fill a gap and provide outpatient services to many uninsured and underinsured men and women of reproductive age. Read more Read less
The SC Campaign is a leader in advancing evidence-based programs and research-based best practices to meet the needs of adolescents and young adults. Read more Read less