clinic services

2023 Nikiski Community Health Fair

May 15, 2023

KBFPC is heading to Nikiski in May, to join a wonderful lineup of healthcare providers and other vendors at the Nikiski Community Health Fair! The event features representatives from multiple local health and safety organizations, including our partners from the Alaska Breast + Cervical Screening Assistance Program, and offers blood tests for those 18+ at…

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We're Hiring!

[position filled] We’re Hiring! Clinic Manager

April 14, 2023

KBFPC is currently seeking applicants to join our dynamic and dedicated team as Clinic Manager. Are you passionate about client-centered, reproductive health care? Do you want to have a positive impact in our community by providing high-quality sexual health care services and education? Do KBFPC’s core values speak to you? EMPOWERING (respectful) ACCESSIBLE & INCLUSIVE (compassionate) EVIDENCE…

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2023 Community Resource Connect Events

January 18, 2023

Tuesday, January 31 The 2023 Kenai Peninsula Community Resource Connect/Project Homeless Connect events are coming up, and KBFPC and the REC Room will be there! Access free supplies and assistance around housing, food, and other basic needs with multiple vendors at each community event. Free transportation is available! Homer Community Resource Connect 11:00 AM to…

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RHNTC Grantee Spotlight

Hypertension Case Study Video

January 17, 2023

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic was honored and grateful to work with the Title X Reproductive Health National Training Center (RHNTC) over the past year to improve our Hypertension Prevention and Control services. High blood pressure is a growing issue among younger people in the United States, so sexual & reproductive healthcare facilities like KBFPC…

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Celebrate Safely!

December 30, 2022

Happy New Year from KBFPC! However you choose to party, everyone deserves to feel safe and healthy in their body and relationships and enjoy celebrations. Here are some helpful tips to protect yourself and others, at any time of year!   Safer sex: The most important part of any sexual activity is consent! All partners should…

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My Body, My Method

December 15, 2022

KBFPC is sharing a series of informational posts about methods of contraception offered at the clinic! We hope to broaden people’s understanding of the variety of birth control methods available, the efficacy and reasons for selecting a certain method, and the associated costs so clients can make the choice that’s best for them and their…

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November Newsletter

November 15, 2022

FROM KBFPC’S NOVEMBER 2022 COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER Action Edition 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…

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cover image of KBFPC FY22 Impact Report

FY2022 Impact Report

November 11, 2022

Vision Forward Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic and the REC Room are proud to present this annual report of our 2021-22 fiscal year and our vision for the future. Take a look at how your support for our services impacts our community! KBFPC FY22 Impact Report    

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KBFPC Services in Kenai

November 8, 2022

New service announcement: Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic is now providing essential sexual & reproductive healthcare in the Kenai-Soldotna area! Along with services in our Homer clinic and telehealth options available for anyone in the area, KBFPC will be in Kenai twice a month, beginning November 2022. We are open to adults and teens of…

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RHNTC Grantee Spotlight

Hypertension Spotlight

October 12, 2022

This month, KBFPC was featured in a spotlight article from the Title X Reproductive Health National Training Center (RHNTC) focused on our work to better integrate hypertension/high blood pressure screening and support into our client services: Almost half of all U.S. adults have hypertension, which is one of the leading—and most preventable—contributors to maternal death…

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