Impact Areas

Effective reproductive health education and family planning make South Carolina a healthier state.

When South Carolinians of all ages have the tools to prevent unintended pregnancy, understand and have access to contraceptive methods and can protect themselves from disease, both health and social outcomes for them improve.

Education, Access, and Public Policy


Our work affects the social, economic and personal health of South Carolinians.

Our work can benefit pregnancy prevention efforts across the United States.

Ways we help


30-50 to 1-2

drop in student pregnancies at schools

In 2004, these schools, together, averaged about 30-50 student pregnancies per year. By 2010, each school experienced just 1-2.

Our work has measurable benefits


A legacy of impact

We’re guided by an active group of South Carolinians representing public, private and nonprofit entities.

A legacy of impact