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California Prevention Training Center

The California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) is dedicated to providing training and technical assistance in HIV, STIs, and sexual reproductive health to strengthen health provider workforce capacity. CAPTC is contracted with OFP to support the technical assistance and training needs of Family PACT providers. CAPTC has developed the following resources that may be useful to providers administering the Family PACT Program.

  • Family Planning Training Services – this program supports the development, implementation, and evaluation of high quality, medically accurate, and culturally/linguistically appropriate family planning services for California’s Family PACT providers and their patients
  • The CAPTC Clinical Program is dedicated to increasing the knowledge and skills of healthcare providers in the area of sexual health
  • Extragenital Screening for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Toolkit – The CAPTC supports clinics and providers in implementing rectal and pharyngeal STI screening
  • The CAPTC provides and develops high quality resources on a variety of sexual health topics for providers, clinics, and patients to increase equitable access to information for diverse audiences and promote health equity
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Reproductive Health Research

These organizations conduct and publish evidence-based research that informs reproductive and sexual health policies, treatment, and care guidelines. The work includes evaluating the safety, efficacy and acceptability of new contraceptives, as well as ongoing research on every method currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health

The Alan Guttmacher Institute

California Adolescent Health Collaborative

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Family Planning Training Resources

These websites produce and disseminate high quality, timely, and practical educational, reference, and training materials on contraceptive technology and reproductive health. The clinicians, researchers, and health educator/writers strive to speak with an independent, honest, and culturally sensitive voice in the products and services  offerred to health care professionals, their clients, and the public.

Contraceptive Technology


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Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) Insertion & Removal Series

Instructional video series that covers a variety of clinical topics related to the provision of LARC methods. 

Innovating Education in Reproductive Health

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 

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Medi-Cal administers the Family PACT program. Family PACT providers are encouraged to check the Medi-Cal website frequently and sign up for the Medi-Cal Subscription Service to receive updates via email.

Medi-Cal Subscription Service

Provider Enrollment Division

ICD-10 Policy Holding Library

Family PACT Billing Guidelines


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California Open Data Portal

California’s Open Data portal offers access to standardized data that can be easily retrieved, combined, downloaded, sorted, searched, analyzed, redistributed and re-used by individuals, business, researchers, journalists, developers, and government to process, trend, and innovate.

California Health and Human Services Open Data Portal


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California Sexually Transmitted Infection Resources

The recommendations in these reports are for treating persons who have or are at risks for STIs. They include new diagnostic, treatment, and prevention recommendations for STIs.

California Department of Public Health Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control Branch

California STD Data Report

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Sexually Transmitted Diseases Guidelines

Los Angeles Department of Health Services (DHS)


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Breast and Cervical Cancer

The recommendations in these reports are for treating persons who have or are at risks for cancer. They include new screening guidelines, prevention recommendations, and treatment options for different types such as breast and/or cervical cancer.

California Cancer Detection Program: Every Woman Counts (EWC)

U.S. Preventive Services Task Force 

Office of Women’s Health Information about Gynecologic Cancers

American Society Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP) Abnormal Cervical Cancer Test Guidelines


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Domestic Violence

The recommendations included here offer immediate assistance, and some concentrate on eliminating the causes of domestic violence on a larger scale. They provide support services and advice, legal counsel, and publish research information for those who are experiencing domestic violence.

California Partnership To End Domestic Violence

Future Without Violence 

Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention