Beforeplay.org is the hub for a Colorado statewide effort to reduce unintended pregnancies, promote good sexual and reproductive health and well-being and help "normalize" conversations about these topics.
Services include: outpatient elective abortion through 26 weeks from the last menstrual period, medically indicated termination of pregnancy up to 34 weeks from last menstrual period (including fetal anomalies, genetic disorder, fetal demise, or severe medical problems), diagnostic ultrasound for determination of length of pregnancy, pregnancy testing, birth control counseling, contraceptive care, problem pregnancy decision counseling and post-abortion counseling.
The Comprehensive Women's Health Center is a full-service abortion and contraception practice that provides care for women who seek elective abortion and women who desire termination due to fetal anomalies or maternal health conditions.
CWHC integrated into a private women's health practice; patients are not identified as seeking termination of pregnancy.
They also seek to provide individual care in a supportive, comfortable, and respectful setting.
Personalized gynecological care to cover comprehensive female health, including- yearly well-woman check-up; treatment of infections, menstrual disorders; counseling on family planning, contraception, sterilization, menopause; surgical treatment of ovarian cysts and uterine tumors.
The Foundation for Health Coverage Education (FHCE) offers a tool that allows people to see their eligibility for public and private programs in their state. By answering five questions about things such as income and health status, the Health Care Eligibility Tool tells users for which programs their families might qualify. The site also offers a downloadable Colorado Health Care Options Matrix Guide, and there is a toll-free phone number for those without access to the Internet.
Quality womens' health care including all aspects of childbirth, infertility, and contraception for all age groups, family planning, cancer screening, and treatment, perimenopause and menopause including traditional and alternative options.
Conducts extensive research on reproductive health. The Guttmacher Institute promotes "free, informed, responsible decision-making," with the goal of enhancing and protecting the ability of all women and men-particularly those disadvantaged due to poverty, youth, lack of education, race or place of residence-to exercise their rights and responsibilities with regards to reproduction.
"The harsh restrictions on public funding for abortion mean that lower-income women donít have access to abortion when they need it. Women who are dependent on Medicaid, employees of the federal and state governments, military members, and millions of others who are dependent on public funding simply donít get the same kind of care as women with money. That is not Catholic. Our campaign tells the stories of Catholics across the country who want meaningful, accessible reproductive healthcare choices for everyone, no matter how much money they have, where they live or what they believe. We believe that everyone deserves access to abortion."