WELCOME TO FAMILY PLANNING NSW
Family Planning NSW is the state’s leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services. We are experts on contraception, pregnancy options, STIs, sexuality and sexual function, menstruation, menopause, common gynaecological and vaginal problems, cervical screening, breast awareness and men’s health.
We have five fixed clinics in NSW (in Ashfield, Fairfield, Penrith, Newcastle and Dubbo) and use innovative partnerships to deliver services in other key locations across the state with more 28,000 client visits annually.
We also operate Talkline 1300 658 886, a confidential telephone and email information and referral service, connecting our expertise to communities across NSW.
We provide information and health promotion activities, as well as education and training for doctors, nurses, teachers and other health, education and welfare professionals.
As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, we recognise that every body in every family should have access to high quality clinical services and information.
Our services are targeted to marginalised communities, including people from culturally and linguistically diverse and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, refugees, people with disability, young people, people from rural and remote communities and same sex attracted people.
Our brand new Contraceptive Guide is an excellent resource for both teachers and clinicians to help facilitate sexuality and relationship education.
Our complete kit for hands-on teaching and learning about contraception has been redesigned and improved with up-to-date fact sheets and real examples of contraception methods.
Family Planning has developed a suite of Aboriginal specific resources for Aboriginal health workers, and other clinical, education and welfare professionals working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.
FPNSW has an extensive Disability Resource Collection, available for loan to carers, service providers and organisations that provide services for people with a disability.
This one-day course is designed to provide participants with knowledge and skills to support and work with women (and their partners where relevant) presenting with an unintended pregnancy.
Want to advance your career? Our Cert IV in Training and Assessment and other professional development courses are especially designed for educators, health professionals & community workers
Prepare to function in an extended clinical role as a practitioner in the specialty of sexual and reproductive health. For registered nurses/midwives.
Based on the DVD 'Down There', 2nd Edition, this one day workshop is designed to build confidence and support for service providers to talk about reproductive and sexual health issues with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
Family Planning NSW are looking for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people with intellectual disability who would like to have their photo taken for our new poster series.
Forums for parents and carers of people with intellectual disability of all ages
Family Planning NSW will be unveiling their strategy for advocating for the reproductive and sexual rights of people with disability at our Love and Kisses - Taking Action event on Monday 9 December at 10:30 am at our Ashfield location.
Family Planning NSW research studies looking for volunteers now!
Help change the world by becoming a research volunteer. Your participation could help millions of other women around the world.
Some recent highlights including new research on internet dating.