Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
STI rates in New Jersey are directly impacted by family planning funding - with historic increases in STI infections when family planning funding has been cut.
Breast and Cervical Cancer
Following state budget cuts in 2010, breast and cervical cancer rates rose in New Jersey - especially among Black and Latina women who already face barriers to healthcare due to systemic racism
Contraception remains a health priority for many New Jerseyans - many of whom cannot access these services without state-funded family planning programs