Medically accurate information and access to reproductive healthcare promotes good family planning and prevents disease. We fund community programs to increase prevention education and access to clinical services.
When young people know all the facts, they make better decisions. When you give them access, you empower then to act responsibly. These programs demonstrate how South Carolina can chart a better course for everyone, in just one generation.
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