Who We Are

The Midwest Access Project (MAP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare through the education and training of healthcare providers and the public.

Founded in 2006, MAP addresses service gaps and unmet reproductive health needs in the Midwest, including abortion care, contraception, sexually transmitted infection screening and treatment, and pregnancy options counseling. We welcomed our first trainee in June 2007 and, in 2013, the 100th trainee joined our program.

Filling the Gaps

MAP fills a unique need by offering training in comprehensive reproductive healthcare—including abortion—to healthcare professionals and trainees, including physicians, nurses, advance practice clinicians, residents and students, who may not have access to full scope reproductive health training through their schools or jobs. Through our programs, MAP provides concrete skills to highly motivated clinicians who otherwise would lack the necessary training to meet the needs of their patients.

Learn why the professional training and educational programming at Midwest Access Project matter (Our Motivation).

 


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