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HMA paper examines federal funding streams supporting crisis pregnancy centers

Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) are organizations that represent themselves as reproductive healthcare clinics offering services for pregnant people and appear similar to clinics offering a full range of reproductive health services. Federal funding to CPCs may constitute non-allowable uses of such support based on the legislative intent and grant requirements of these programs. In this paper, HMA provides a comprehensive analysis of federal funding streams and state allocations of that funding to CPCs and CPC networks. HMA found that more than 650 CPCs in 49 states and Washington, DC, received federal funding between 2017 and 2023, totaling more than $400 million.


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