Reproductive Life Plan
What is a Reproductive Life Plan?
A Reproductive Life Plan
is a plan that reflects a person’s intentions
regarding the number and timing of pregnancies that meets their personal
values and life goals.
What can a Reproductive Life Plan do for you?
Life Plan has many benefits such as: improve satisfaction of life,
reduce worry and stress over unplanned pregnancy, help space
births for the health and well being of the mother, prevent and treat
transmitted infections (STI’s) and improves the overall health
Why is a Reproductive Life Plan important?
There is an overwhelming
link between the developing of a Reproductive Life Plan and the reduction
of rates of preterm and low birth weight
What will happen during the Reproductive Life Plan visit?
your visit, we will go over the CDC’s 14 risk factors that
can lead to unhealthy pregnancy outcomes (such as premature births
and/or low birth weight births) and help you to determine which ones
that could be reduced or eliminated. We can also help to connect
you with resources in the community that would be beneficial for you
and your family.
Does Central Health Center offer Reproductive
Life Plan presentations?
Yes, Central Health Center community outreach staff is available to provide
Reproductive Life Plan presentations. Contact Central Health Center at
the nearest location to you, with offices located in Grand Island, Kearney,
How can I make an appointment for a Reproductive Life
You can make an appointment by calling any of the four
Central Health Center locations:
Island - Primary Site
217 East Stolley Park Road Ste E
PO Box 2539
Grand Island NE 68802
Ph: (308) 384-7625
Fax: (308) 384-8904
Toll free: (888) 308-2134
Grand Island - Limited Site
2337 North Webb Road
PO Box 2539
Grand Island NE 68803
Ph: (308) 398-1408
Fax: (308) 398-0993
4503 2nd Ave Ste 209
PO Box 338
Kearney, NE 68818
Ph: (308) 234-9140
Fax: (308) 236-5814
Toll free: (888) 308-2135
1308 N. Adams
PO Box 248
Lexington, NE 68850
Ph: (308) 324-6944
Fax: (308) 324-7140
Toll free: (888) 308-2136
activity is supported in part by a Federal Title V / Maternal and Child
Health Block Grant Funds awarded to Central Health Center by the Nebraska
Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health."