The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) is a 501 (c)(3) advocacy organization located in Portland, that provides a channel for Oregon women’s voices from all over the state to be heard, particularly those historically under-served.
Mission: The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) is dedicated to improving access to comprehensive reproductive health care, such as preventing unintended pregnancy and planning healthy families. We are committed to advancing reproductive rights and advocating for reproductive health equity in all Oregon communities.
“Reproductive Justice exists when all people have the social, political, and economic power and resources to make healthy decisions about our gender, bodies and sexuality for ourselves, our families and our communities.” – Forward Together
One of our major programs is the One Key Question® Initiative which encourages all primary care health teams to routinely ask women age 18-50 “Would you like to become pregnant in the next year?” Women would then be offered essential preventive reproductive health services based on her needs: folic acid supplementation, preconception care and contraceptive services.