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Family Planning Services

The Office of Population Affairs serves as the focal point to advise the Secretary and the Assistant Secretary for Health on a wide range of reproductive health topics, including adolescent pregnancy, family planning, and sterilization, as well as other population issues.

The Title X Family Planning program was enacted in 1970 as Title X of the public health service act, public law 91-572 population research and voluntary family planning programs.

By statute, Title X funds are not used to pay for abortions. For more than 40 years, Title X family planning centers have provided high quality and cost-effective family planning and related preventive health services for low-income women and men.

Family planning centers play a critical role in ensuring access to voluntary family planning information and services for their clients based on their ability to pay.


The Title X mission is to assist individuals and couples in planning and spacing births, contributing to positive birth outcomes and improved health for women and infants.


Sequence of questions which help you to formulate a reproductive life plan.One of the Title X Program priorities is to assess clients’ Reproductive Life Plan (RLP) as part of determining the need for family planning services, and providing preconception services as appropriate.


Congressional appropriations fund the Title X grant program annually. The Department of Health is the grantee in New Mexico.


Services are provided through Public Health Offices, statewide and some community health centers and school-based health centers.

Learn More

Please visit the Office of Population Affairs website for more information.

The clinic locator to the right allows you to search by city/state or zip code to find family planning services near you that offers low-cost or no-cost birth control options. If you can't find a clinic, or can't find the answer to your question, call 505-476-8882.