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KBFPC on KBBI

KBFPC on KBBI

May 19, 2022

In April, KBFPC CEO Claudia Haines and Clinician Sonja Martin Young joined Abby Struffert, Ladies First Outreach Director, and host Kathleen Gustafson on KBBI’s weekly Coffee Table chat. Click below to listen to their discussion of local reproductive health services including free breast and cervical cancer screenings, KBFPC funding, our Peer Education program, and what’s…

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May Newsletter

May 16, 2022

FROM KBFPC’S MAY 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER Reproductive Health is a Human Right The past few weeks have been peppered with devastating news on the local front and at the national level. The Homer area is navigating a tragic update about the loss of one of our community members, the central Kenai Peninsula got news the Planned…

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The reproductive health of every Alaskan is a central element of our state’s collective wellness.

Reproductive health care deserves full funding

May 2, 2022

A letter from KBFPC CEO Claudia Haines to the Anchorage Daily News 4/29/22   Reproductive health care deserves full funding The reproductive health of every Alaskan is a central element of our state’s collective wellness. Whether you live here on the Southern Kenai Peninsula or in one of our state’s other diverse regions, timely local…

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Pandemic Portraits – First Friday Event

April 22, 2022

KBFPC invites you to a special First Friday event celebrating cancer survivors: Pandemic Portraits: A Glimpse Into Real Life Stories of Alaskan Women Fighting Cancer During the Pandemic First Friday May 6, 5-7 PM At the Clinic: 3959 Ben Walters Lane KBFPC is hosting this interactive photo exhibit in partnership with Affinityfilms, Inc. for the…

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Hottest Yard Sale in Town

April 15, 2022

From our Board of Directors: Come one, come all and celebrate spring with the Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic and the REC room. We have an ambitious goal to raise $60,000 in April to help keep our services open and accessible. We thought we’d get out in front of yard sale season and host our…

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KBFPC needs your help!

March 28, 2022

From March CEO Newsletter What would happen if the Clinic and REC Room closed our doors? Around the country, repressive laws that seek to limit or eliminate access to fundamental reproductive and sexual health care and education are multiplying. Not only are they targeting abortion services and attacking LGBTQIA+ youth, these laws may have much broader implications for access…

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February Newsletter

February 28, 2022

From KBFPC’s February 2022 Community Newsletter Happy (almost) Spring from KBFPC! My family has been connected with KBFPC in many ways over the last 20+ years. We have been clients, learned from peer educators, collaborated on youth programs as community partners, and donated through Pick.Click.Give. Our experience with KBFPC is not unique, but KBFPC’s model is. KBFPC’s…

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Apply to join the Board of Directors!

February 23, 2022

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic’s devoted Board of Directors is looking for new members! As a non-profit agency, KBFPC and the REC Room rely on a board of directors made up of dedicated volunteers who oversee the operations of the organization. For people who are dedicated to fighting for reproductive healthcare for all, advocating for…

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Hypertension and Title X

February 18, 2022

KBFPC clinic staff have joined a new national Title X hypertension prevention work group to bring evidence-based hypertension prevention, diagnosis, and control to our work with clients in the clinic. Look for more reproductive and sexual health services coming this year! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hypertension (blood pressure greater than…

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Winter at the REC Room

February 11, 2022

In February and March, KBFPC’s peer educators and REC Room staff will be teaching our evidence-based sexual health curriculum to 9th graders at Homer High School and 7th and 8th graders at Homer Middle School. Want to join the Peer Ed team? We are currently hiring another peer educator. If you know a Homer area…

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