Despite the difficulty of the topic, our program is well-liked by staff and administrators, with a participant satisfaction rate of over 90%.

Our Trainings Offer:

  • On-site training with a local Provide team
  • Continuing education units (where available)
  • Certificate of participation
  • A model for effective referral-making that applies beyond abortion
  • Take-away information and resources that help you in your work
  • A detailed training report for site administrators
  • Ongoing customized Technical Assistance

 

Our Training Modules:

We offer the following training modules to help you and your staff counsel women with unintended pregnancy and to refer them to high quality reproductive healthcare options:

 

Why Refer: Examining Personal & Professional Norms

  • Navigate emotions that arise around personal beliefs and professional obligations
  • Cultivate a sense of comfort and professional pride in referrals
  • Honor client autonomy

 

How to Refer: Barriers Women Face & How to Make a Thorough Referral

  • Provide a thorough referral using best practices
  • Tailor referrals to address unique circumstances and barriers faced by patients or clients
  • Screen patients or clients for barriers to accessing unintended pregnancy care
  • Experience pride in connecting patients or clients to services

 

What: Special Topics in Reproductive Health Referral-Making

  • Serve as an informed resource on specialized reproductive healthcare, including unintended pregnancy and abortion
  • Offer empathy to patients or clients when making referrals, even if individual beliefs conflict with the referral

 

Pregnancy Options Counseling: Preparing to Be a Reflective Resource

  • Use reflective listening with patients or clients who are ambivalent about an unintended pregnancy
  • Consult knowledgeably on parenting, abortion, and adoption resources in the community

 

Respect & Continuity of Care: Ensuring Mutual Respect & Support for Referral-Making

  • Manage peer interactions around patient or client needs
  • Foster a positive work environment grounded in patient- and client-centered care

 

Who: Meeting Specialized Service Providers

  • Locate specialized services in the community
  • Get to know specialized service providers

Feedback from Training Participants & Partners:

Would your organization benefit from a Provide training?

Take the quiz and find out!

Do you serve female clients or patients?
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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