Engaging the whole team to provide comprehensive, compassionate, and stigma-free care for people experiencing unintended pregnancy

Because comprehensive skills and information about abortion care are often left out of pregnancy-related training for many professionals, Provide steps in to fill this gap with trainings, tools, and resources to equip workers for these nuanced discussions with clients and patients.

Beyond the basics of providing high-quality pregnancy options counseling, our training gives providers the best language, practices, and tools to counsel clients considering abortion, and offers insight into managing these conversations, including the conflict that providers face when personal values conflict with professional ethics.

Trainings are appropriate for health administration (management and non-management), social workers, counselors, case workers, client educators and advocates, physicians, advanced practice clinicians, registered nurses, medical assistants, office/clinic staff, and other frontline workers who provide care for people of reproductive age.

Available Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Our training model rests on the knowledge that it takes a team of dedicated, informed professional staff to care for patients and clients. Our approach is efficient and flexible, with tailored options that work for your team. Our program is well-received, and over 95% of participants report being “very satisfied” with all aspects of the training.

Together, with your expertise in the care and well-being of your clients, we can help you:

  • Deliver integrated, compassionate, quality care to clients and experiencing unintended pregnancy
  • Improve client experience and satisfaction
  • Better respond to diverse communities with comprehensive care and greater ability to meet clients’ needs
  • Develop more confidence in effectively counseling clients about their reproductive health needs without judgment or bias
  • Increase your enthusiasm about your role in supporting clients

Our Training Curriculum

MODULE 1: WHY REFER

Examining Personal and Professional Norms

MODULE 2: HOW TO REFER

Barriers People Face and How to Make a Thorough Referral

MODULE 3: WHAT 

Special Topics in Reproductive Health Referral-Making

MODULE 4: PREGNANCY OPTIONS COUNSELING

Preparing to be a Reflective Resource

MODULE 5: TOOLS FOR COMBATTING STIGMA

Ensuring That Sites Have What They Need

Would your organization benefit from a Provide training?

Take the quiz and find out!

Do you serve clients or patients of reproductive age?
Does your organization offer information, resources, and/or referrals for health and social services?
Are you interested in professional development for your staff or colleagues?
Are you interested in capacity building support to assist your organization in addressing unintended pregnancy and referrals for abortion care?
Does your organization provide care in any of the following areas - HIV, Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault, Primary Care, Family Planning, or Substance Abuse?
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