Women’s Health Services

Women’s health refers to a wide range of services that are needed to address a woman’s unique health and wellness needs. Women’s health is an example of population health, which is the health of a specific defined population. Refer to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health.

Information for Health Centers that Receive Title X Funds, either as Direct Grantees or Subrecipients

HHS guidance on timeline for complying with new Title X rules (July 20, 2019)

HHS email stating the new Title X rules are effective as of July 15, 2019

NACHC FAQs on Title X Final Rule (Updated Aug. 13, 2019)

Sample Policy and Procedure for Health Centers re: Women’s Reproductive Health ServicesUpdated August 2019 to reflect new Title X regulations

NACHC strongly recommends that all health centers that receive Title X funds – either as direct grantees,  subrecipients, or contractors – review and update their current Women’s Reproductive Health Services P&P promptly to reflect the changes in this sample P&P.  This will help ensure that their P&P is consistent with the new requirements established in the Title X Regulations finalized in March 2019.


This page covers an emergent topic facing health centers and may be updated periodically to be responsive to those issues. This provides general information and is not legal advice. Consult with an attorney who can advise your organization based upon Local, State and Federal laws.