• To enable persons to freely determine the number and spacing of their children.
  • To make available comprehensive family planning services to persons with economic or other access problems who are unable to secure comparable services.
  • To avert potential incidence of maternal and infant deaths and diseases through the optimum planning of the timing, spacing, and number of births.
  • To interrupt the cycle of dependency and improve the quality of life for families by reducing the incidence of unwanted and mistimed pregnancies.
  • To provide high quality and individualized care consistent with the unique needs of each person participating in the program.
  • To educate the general public toward an understanding of family planning.