Services: This program provides discounted medical, dental, and mental health services based on income and family size for people who have no insurance. A growing list of health providers are participating in the CARES program, offering discounts on medical, dental, vision, and mental health services in La Plata County.
Phone Number: 970.385.4747
Services: abortion; birth control; general health care; HIV testing; men’s health care; morning-after pill (emergency contraceptive, aka “Plan-B”); pregnancy testing and services; STD testing, treatment, and vaccinations; women’s health care.
Phone Number: 970.247.3002
Address: 46 Suttle Street, Durango, CO 81301
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The U.S. government’s ability to stem global health epidemics hinges on confronting the gender inequalities that threaten the health and rights of women and girls. CHANGE advocates for a foreign policy that is woman-centered, human-rights-based, integrated, and above all, proven to positively impact the basic human rights and wellbeing of women and girls worldwide. We focus our efforts in three areas: Public Policy, Research, and Outreach and Constituency Building.
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Dedicated to women's reproductive freedom, health and equality, Feminist Women's Health Center/Cedar River Clinics is a social justice organization that combines direct services (abortion, birth control, reproductive healthcare), with advocacy and activism (to preserve and expand access) and community education (to demystify health information and empower women's health decisions.) We provide woman-centered health care in a safe environment that promotes empowerment, mutual trust, and compassion. We value the equality of all women, and do not discriminate in the provision of health care services based upon age, ethnicity, race, language, income, sexual orientation, disability, body size, nation of origin, citizenship, cultural heritage or religion. We believe reproductive and sexual freedom are fundamental human rights for all women worldwide.
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