Power to Decide works to ensure that all young people—no matter who they are, where they live, or what their economic status might be—have the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant and have a child. Their digital toolkit presents a variety of materials for elected officials, public health officials, and advocates to improve access to contraception at the state level—highlighting policies being implemented in a diverse array of states, often with bipartisan support. To stay in the know, sign up for Power to Decide’s Beyond the Beltway Bulletin.
Resources for Legislators
Tip Sheet for Elected Officials: How to Use the Toolkit
Telehealth Webinar Recording
Interactive State-by-State Maps
- Birth Control 101: The Importance of Having Access to the Full Range of Methods
- Pharmacist Prescribing of Hormonal Birth Control
- Coverage for an Extended Supply of Prescription Contraceptives
- Tosin Odunsi, an OBGYN physician, talks about the importance of having access to the full range of birth control methods for all people’s health.
- Birth Control Pharmacist Sally Rafie discusses expanding access to birth control through pharmacist prescribing—a policy option that has been gaining traction by a diverse group of states across the country.
One-Stop Shop for State Specific Resources on Reproductive Well-Being: This includes data, materials related to policy, federal funding, contraceptive access, and more.