More than four million people rely on Title X for affordable birth control — but the administration is dramatically remaking the program

Established in 1970, the nation’s Title X program provides affordable birth control and reproductive health care to people with low incomes. Title X has had significant results, but the administration is trying reshape it so that it blocks patients from Planned Parenthood and pushes patients toward abstinence instead of the full range of birth control options.

Title X helps prevent over a million unintended pregnancies each year.

The administration's attacks on Title X have devastating consequences for millions of people.

Title X provides preventive health care to those most in need. Without it, many people wouldn’t be able to access birth control, STD testing and treatment, cancer screenings, or regular checkups.

I didn’t have health insurance and even considered taking the risk of not getting on birth control. But then I heard about Planned Parenthood and Title X.