November 15, 2022
FROM KBFPC’S NOVEMBER 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
Dear KBFPC Community,
As I write this, I am at the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association’s Fall Meeting surrounded by peers from across the country – each of whom are committed to making reproductive health accessible for all. While I am here, most of our youth program team is also at a conference – the annual Alaska Afterschool Network event. Conferences, big or small, offer opportunities to listen and learn, which I love, but also to collaborate and strategize, which takes learning to the next stage – action.
This newsletter is full of ways for you to actively connect with your personal health, KBFPC, and the broader community. Even while we wait to hear confirmation about who will represent Alaska in Congress and impact the national conversation about reproductive health and many other issues that significantly impact the lives of the clinic clients and teens we serve, there is important work to be done locally. Be an active participant in your health. Express yourself. Stay informed.
Claudia Haines, CEO
ALSO INCLUDED IN NOVEMBER’S NEWSLETTER:
- KBFPC is Coming to Kenai!
- Libraries are for everybody.
- The importance of accurate information about Emergency Contraception
- Call for Art! Unto Ourselves: Radical Autonomy exhibit collaboration at HCOA
- Hypertension services
- Community Health Needs Assessment Survey
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