Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health

Address
PO Box 40472
Portland, OR 97240
Contact
Website: http://www.prochoiceoregon.org
Phone: +1 (503) 223-4510
Nonprofit
NTEE: R61 - Reproductive Rights
EIN: 93-0803636

Mission

The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health 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.
 20172016201520142013
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2003
Subsection code03
PF filing required0    
Metropolitan statistical area6442
Form of organization
CorporationTrue
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Number of employees00000
Number of people compensated >$100k00000
Number of volunteers80146116114350
Number of highly compensated contractors0000 
Personnel
Almroth, Karol
Title  DirectorDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated person  Karol AlmrothKarol AlmrothKarol Almroth
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.002.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.000.000.00
Barcelo, Marina
Title   Director 
Name of key/compensated person   Marina Gonzalez Barcelo 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director   True 
Average hours per week working for org   1.00 
Reportable compensation from org   $0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs   $0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs    $0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs   0.00 
Bellanca, Helen
Title   Director 
Name of key/compensated person   Helen Bellanca 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director   True 
Average hours per week working for org   1.00 
Reportable compensation from org   $0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs   $0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs    $0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs   0.00 
Boyd-Flynn, Betsy
TitleVice PresidentDirectorDirectorDirector 
Name of key/compensated personBetsy Boyd-FlynnBetsy Boyd-FlynnBetsy Boyd-FlynnBetsy Boyd-Flynn 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.001.00 
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.000.00 
Carrick, Andra
TitleDirector    
Name of key/compensated personAndra Carrick    
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrue    
Average hours per week working for org1.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.00    
Coates, Kelly
TitlePresidentVice PresidentVice PresidentDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated personKelly CoatesKelly CoatesKelly CoatesKelly CoatesKelly Coates
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.005.001.001.002.00
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.000.000.00
Cooksey, Susan
Title DirectorDirectorCo-SecretaryCo-Secretary
Name of key/compensated person Susan Green CookseySusan CookseySusan CookseySusan Cooksey
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org 1.001.001.002.00
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.000.000.000.00
Delong, Martha
TitleDirectorDirectorDirectorDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated personMartha DeLongMartha DeLongMartha A DeLongMartha A DeLongMartha A DeLong
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.001.002.00
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.000.000.00
Duncan, Kim
TitleDirectorDirectorDirectorDirector 
Name of key/compensated personKim DuncanKim DuncanKim DuncanKim Duncan 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
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Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.000.00 
Gelmon, Sherril
Title  DirectorCo-SecretaryCo-Secretary
Name of key/compensated person  Sherril GelmonSherril GelmonSherril Gelmon
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.002.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.000.000.00
Goodman, Julia
TitleSecretary    
Name of key/compensated personJulia Goodman    
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrue    
Average hours per week working for org1.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.00    
Johnson, Shelagh
Title Director   
Name of key/compensated person Shelagh Johnson   
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director True   
Average hours per week working for org 1.00   
Reportable compensation from org $0.00   
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $0.00   
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00   
Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.00   
Keppy, Laurel
TitleDirector    
Name of key/compensated personLaurel Keppy    
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrue    
Average hours per week working for org1.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.00    
Leonard, Veronica
TitleDirector    
Name of key/compensated personVeronica S Leonard    
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrue    
Average hours per week working for org1.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00    
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.00    
Meieran, Sharon
Title    Director
Name of key/compensated person    Sharon Meieran
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director    True
Average hours per week working for org    2.00
Reportable compensation from org    $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs    $0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs     $0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs    0.00
Reid, Erin
Title  Director  
Name of key/compensated person  Erin Reid  
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  True  
Average hours per week working for org  1.00  
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00  
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00  
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00  
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00  
Riley, Katie
Title DirectorDirectorDirectorDirector
Name of key/compensated person Katie RileyKatie RileyKatie RileyKatie Riley
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org 1.001.001.002.00
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
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Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.000.000.000.00
Rolfs, Claire
Title TreasurerTreasurerTreasurerTreasurer
Name of key/compensated person Claire RolfsClaire RolfsClaire RolfsClaire Rolfs
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org 1.001.001.002.00
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.000.000.000.00
Rosenthal, Miriam
Title DirectorDirectorVice PresidentVice President
Name of key/compensated person Miriam RosenthalMiriam RosenthalMiriam RosenthalMiriam Rosenthal
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org 1.001.001.002.00
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Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.000.000.000.00
Stone, Carol
Title  DirectorDirector 
Name of key/compensated person  Carol StoneCarol Stone 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  TrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org  1.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00$0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.000.00 
Stranger-Hunter, Michelle
Title Executive DirectorExecutive DirectorExecutive DirectorExecutive Director
Name of key/compensated person Michelle Stranger-HunterMichelle Stranger-HunterMichelle Stranger-HunterMichelle Stranger-Hunter
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org 22.0022.0022.0022.00
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
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Average hours per week working for related orgs 22.0022.0022.0022.00
Swan, Lisa
TitleTreasurerSecretarySecretaryDirector 
Name of key/compensated personLisa SwanLisa SwanLisa SwanLisa Swan 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
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Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs0.000.000.000.00 
Wantland, Jill
TitleDeputy Director    
Name of key/compensated personJill Wantland    
Position of compensated person
Average hours per week working for org40.00    
Reportable compensation from org$0.00    
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00    
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $65,542.00    
Average hours per week working for related orgs40.00    
Zitzelberger, Tracy
Title PresidentPresidentPresidentPresident
Name of key/compensated person Tracy ZitzelbergerTracy ZitzelbergerTracy ZitzelbergerTracy Zitzelberger
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org 5.001.001.002.00
Reportable compensation from org $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs  $0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs 0.000.000.000.00
Purpose: mission, activities, & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesThe Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health 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.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health 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.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health 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.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health 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.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health is dedicated to improving access to comprehensive reproductive health care for all Oregonian women - including preventing unintended pregnancy, planning healthy families, and protecting women and men from sexually transmitted infections.
Program service expenses, total$646,634.00$466,439.00$417,604.00$355,101.00$296,071.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
The Foundation created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase women's access to preventative reproductive health care including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps n access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism to reduce unintended pregnancies and increase the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible. We secured the endorsement of all Oregon primary care associations and organizations as well as reproductive health specialists. Each endorsing organization designates a representative to serve on our One Key Question Coalition that provides guidance and assistance to our advocacy efforts in health care reform policy.We also receive guidance from a 60 active member community Advisory Council. These members are community leaders in diverse areas and offer expertise from areas outside health care.The Foundation developed the One Key Question Initiative (OKQ) to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This will change primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician, "Would you like to become pregnant this year?" If the woman answers "yes", she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to effect the health of a pregnancy as well as folic acid. If she answers "no" or "unsure", she can be assessed as to whether she is using contraception and is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventative reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a one step primary care setting. We successfully completed our first OKQ Feasibility study at Oregon Health and Sciences University's Richmond Clinic, and a small pilot study at a rural health center in John Day, OR. Due to the success of our feasibility study we have identified multiple pilot study sites for OKQ and have gained local and national attention. OKQ has a registered trademark for intellectual property so as health centers across the country and within Oregon implement the initiative, we serve as a clearinghouse for the various approaches to implementation, barriers experienced and solutions developed in response to those barriers.In the last year alone, the Foundation has presented OKQ at over 50 conferences including the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP). We also published "ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive reproductive Health Is Part Of High Quality Primary Care" in the highly regarded peer review journal Contraception.The Foundation offers technical assistance, custom tailored consultation, and an implementation toolkit including provider and patient educational materials, to all interested in implementing this new practice of pregnancy intention screening.The Foundation also is a charter member of the Oregon Preventive Reproductive Health Advisory Panel which will develop a tiered set of standards for the delivery of service within primary care, and of the national ARHP Metric Advisory Committee which will recommend a national metric for ensuring these services are routinely provided in primary care.We have studiously monitored and tracked Oregon's health care reform process. Health care reform efforts in Oregon presented us with a window of opportunity to ensure that preventative reproductive health is integrated into Oregon's primary health care policy. To that end, we have consistently provided data-heavy testimony and grassroots advocacy at state-sponsored health care reform meetings, meeting with key policy makers and providing critical data at every point of influence.As a result, we secured a Women's Health Domain for contraception and preconception services and a Core Measure for Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) such that CCOs will be held accountable for "effective" contraception use among women who do not desire to be pregnant. We also made sure that the standards for Patient Centered Primary Care Homes included those for reproductive health. We will ensure these same standards are adopted by the Cover Oregon, Oregon's health insurance exchange.As the sole voice for women's health at the table, we provide the megaphone for low income women, women of color and rural women too often disenfranchised by the policy making process.The Foundation is working with Cover Oregon encouraging women to gain insurance through the health insurance exchange. We have supplied best-messaging to use in outreach that addresses the motivators and barriers for women to enroll. Cover Oregon benefits from our expertise on women "focused" messaging and we will continue to advocate for reproductive health services to be included, comprehensive, and accessible within the Exchange. As a "key internal advisor" to Cover Oregon, we will be in frequent communication regarding the marketing and outreach campaign as it develops.The Foundation is a grantee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and Raising Women's Voices; both provide research and best messaging to address women's needs in health care reform.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive care reform, and through the women's lens supply information to community organizations and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Spring Adams Fund, a fund named for a 14 year old girl killed by her father who impregnated her, while she and her mother waited for financial help to get to Portland for an abortion. Through the Spring Adams Fund, we provided transportation and lodging for women traveling into Portland for abortion services. We continue to manage the Emergency Birth Control Access Project, which increases women's pharmacy access to emergency contraception. We provide a policy watchdog role to ensure against pharmacy refusal.
Program expenses    $296,071.00
Program revenue    $405,554.00
Program description    The Foundation created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase women's access to preventative reproductive health care including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps n access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism to reduce unintended pregnancies and increase the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible. We secured the endorsement of all Oregon primary care associations and organizations as well as reproductive health specialists. Each endorsing organization designates a representative to serve on our One Key Question Coalition that provides guidance and assistance to our advocacy efforts in health care reform policy.We also receive guidance from a 60 active member community Advisory Council. These members are community leaders in diverse areas and offer expertise from areas outside health care.The Foundation developed the One Key Question Initiative (OKQ) to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This will change primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician, "Would you like to become pregnant this year?" If the woman answers "yes", she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to effect the health of a pregnancy as well as folic acid. If she answers "no" or "unsure", she can be assessed as to whether she is using contraception and is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventative reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a one step primary care setting. We successfully completed our first OKQ Feasibility study at Oregon Health and Sciences University's Richmond Clinic, and a small pilot study at a rural health center in John Day, OR. Due to the success of our feasibility study we have identified multiple pilot study sites for OKQ and have gained local and national attention. OKQ has a registered trademark for intellectual property so as health centers across the country and within Oregon implement the initiative, we serve as a clearinghouse for the various approaches to implementation, barriers experienced and solutions developed in response to those barriers.In the last year alone, the Foundation has presented OKQ at over 50 conferences including the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP). We also published "ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive reproductive Health Is Part Of High Quality Primary Care" in the highly regarded peer review journal Contraception.The Foundation offers technical assistance, custom tailored consultation, and an implementation toolkit including provider and patient educational materials, to all interested in implementing this new practice of pregnancy intention screening.The Foundation also is a charter member of the Oregon Preventive Reproductive Health Advisory Panel which will develop a tiered set of standards for the delivery of service within primary care, and of the national ARHP Metric Advisory Committee which will recommend a national metric for ensuring these services are routinely provided in primary care.We have studiously monitored and tracked Oregon's health care reform process. Health care reform efforts in Oregon presented us with a window of opportunity to ensure that preventative reproductive health is integrated into Oregon's primary health care policy. To that end, we have consistently provided data-heavy testimony and grassroots advocacy at state-sponsored health care reform meetings, meeting with key policy makers and providing critical data at every point of influence.As a result, we secured a Women's Health Domain for contraception and preconception services and a Core Measure for Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) such that CCOs will be held accountable for "effective" contraception use among women who do not desire to be pregnant. We also made sure that the standards for Patient Centered Primary Care Homes included those for reproductive health. We will ensure these same standards are adopted by the Cover Oregon, Oregon's health insurance exchange.As the sole voice for women's health at the table, we provide the megaphone for low income women, women of color and rural women too often disenfranchised by the policy making process.The Foundation is working with Cover Oregon encouraging women to gain insurance through the health insurance exchange. We have supplied best-messaging to use in outreach that addresses the motivators and barriers for women to enroll. Cover Oregon benefits from our expertise on women "focused" messaging and we will continue to advocate for reproductive health services to be included, comprehensive, and accessible within the Exchange. As a "key internal advisor" to Cover Oregon, we will be in frequent communication regarding the marketing and outreach campaign as it develops.The Foundation is a grantee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and Raising Women's Voices; both provide research and best messaging to address women's needs in health care reform.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive care reform, and through the women's lens supply information to community organizations and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Spring Adams Fund, a fund named for a 14 year old girl killed by her father who impregnated her, while she and her mother waited for financial help to get to Portland for an abortion. Through the Spring Adams Fund, we provided transportation and lodging for women traveling into Portland for abortion services. We continue to manage the Emergency Birth Control Access Project, which increases women's pharmacy access to emergency contraception. We provide a policy watchdog role to ensure against pharmacy refusal.
The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase womens access to preventative reproductive health care, including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps in access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism for pregnancy intention screening to increase preventive reproductive health services, thereby increasing the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible.OFRH developed the One Key Question (OKQ) initiative to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This is changing primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician: Would you like to become pregnant this year? If the woman answers yes, she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to affect the health of a pregnancy, including a folic acid prescription. If she answers no, she can talk about using contraception, whether she is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventive reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a primary care setting. We successfully completed multiple implementation studies. OFRH maintains membership in the Allies for Healthier Oregon Coalition and Oregon Health Equity Alliance; a collection of progressive advocacy organizations that bring policies most affecting communities of color and health disparities to the awareness of key policy and decision makers. This coalition provides the opportunity to coordinate our advocacy efforts with other statewide organizations.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive health care and supplied information to endorsing organizations, community partners, and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Safe Travels Fund, the only fund in Oregon that provides transportation and lodging for women traveling to Portland for abortion care.
Program expenses$646,634.00$466,439.00$417,604.00$355,101.00 
Program revenue$38,513.00$23,468.00$27,587.00$113,939.00 
Program descriptionThe Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase womens access to preventative reproductive health care, including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps in access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism for pregnancy intention screening to increase preventive reproductive health services, thereby increasing the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible.OFRH developed the One Key Question (OKQ) initiative to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This is changing primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician: Would you like to become pregnant this year? If the woman answers yes, she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to affect the health of a pregnancy, including a folic acid prescription. If she answers no, she can talk about using contraception, whether she is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventive reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a primary care setting. We successfully completed multiple implementation studies. OFRH maintains membership in the Allies for Healthier Oregon Coalition and Oregon Health Equity Alliance; a collection of progressive advocacy organizations that bring policies most affecting communities of color and health disparities to the awareness of key policy and decision makers. This coalition provides the opportunity to coordinate our advocacy efforts with other statewide organizations.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive health care and supplied information to endorsing organizations, community partners, and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Safe Travels Fund, the only fund in Oregon that provides transportation and lodging for women traveling to Portland for abortion care.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase womens access to preventative reproductive health care including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps in access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism for pregnancy intention screening to increase preventive reproductive health services, thereby increasing the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible.OFRH developed the One Key Question (OKQ) initiative to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This is changing primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician: Would you like to become pregnant this year? If the woman answers yes, she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to affect the health of a pregnancy, including a folic acid prescription. If she answers no, she can talk about using contraception, whether she is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventive reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a primary care setting. We successfully completed multiple implementation studies. In 2015, we have 46 Oregon clinics implementing OKQ; 6 Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO), and providers in 20 different states. OFRH Directly provided training to 21 clinic staffs.OFRH has presented OKQ at over 50 conferences including the North American Forum on Family Planning/Society of Family Planning.OFRH is a charter member of the Oregon Preventative Reproductive Health Advisory Panel which is developing a tiered set of standards for the delivery of service within primary care, and a member of Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice Advisory Committee.We have studiously monitored and tracked Oregon's health care reform process. Health care reform efforts in Oregon presented us with a window of opportunity to ensure that preventive reproductive health is integrated into Oregon's primary health care policy. To that end, we have consistently provided data-heavy testimony and grassroots advocacy ad state-sponsored health care reform meetings, meeting with key policy makers and providing critical data at every point of influence.As a result, we secured a Womens Health Domain for contraception and preconception services as an incentivized metric for CCOs such that CCOs will be held accountable for effective contraception use among women who do not desire to be pregnant. We also made sure that the standards for Patient Centered Primary Care Homes included those for reproductive health.OFRH is engaged in education and outreach to women on enrolling for insurance through the Health Insurance Exchange or to gain Medicaid coverage. We have supplied best-messaging to use in outreach that addresses the motivators and barriers for women to enroll. Our community partners in this effort benefit from our expertise on women focused messaging and we will continue to advocate for reproductive health services to be included, comprehensive and accessible within the Exchange.OFRH is a grantee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and Raising Womens Voices; both provide research and best-messaging to address womens needs in health care reform.We also receive guidance form a 60 active member community Advisory Council. These members are community leaders in diverse areas and offer expertise from areas outside health care.OFRH is part of the Oregon Outreach and Enrollment Alliance with community partners from across the state. We collaborate as a watchdog to Cover Oregons policies and processes and build cross-movement alliances to advocate for inclusion and accessibility of coverage. OFRH specifically provides women-centric messaging and reproductive health focused information to a broad range of community partners. To date, OFRH has recruited other organizations to fight for women's year round access to insurance if she becomes pregnant. We delivered a report to the OID which has taken this under consideration in the Rules Advisory Committee. Insurers are fighting the proposed favorable rule for women and OFRH is leading a coalition to provide testimony and advocate for this inclusion in 2016.OFRH maintains membership in the Allies for Healthier Oregon Coalition and Oregon Health Equity Alliance; a collection of progressive advocacy organizations that bring policies most affecting communities of color and health disparities to the awareness of key policy and decision makers. This coalition provides the opportunity to coordinate our advocacy efforts with other statewide organizations.OFRH has the endorsement from 28 Oregon professional associations and organizations for the One Key Question initiative as well as the American Public Health Association, National Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Association, the Governor's office, and USE Senators Merkley and Wyden. A representative from each organizationparticipates in the OKQ Coalition to help navigate barriers to implementation in the health care system.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive health care and supplied information to endorsing organizations, community partners, and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Spring Adams Fund, the only fund in Oregon that provides transportation and lodging for women traveling to Portland for abortion care. WE continue to work on the Emergency Contraception Access Project, which increases women's pharmacy access to emergency contraception. We provide a policy watchdog role to ensure against pharmacy refusal.Other Organization Documents Are Available To The Public-One Key Question Implementation Manual-One Key Question Patient Brochure (Spanish, English)-ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive Reproductive Health is Part of High Quality Primary Care was published in the highly regarded peer reviewed journal Contraception.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase womens access to preventative reproductive health care including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps in access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism for pregnancy intention screening to increase preventive reproductive health services, thereby increasing the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible.OFRH developed the One Key Question (OKQ) initiative to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This is changing primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician: Would you like to become pregnant this year? If the woman answers yes, she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to affect the health of a pregnancy, including a folic acid prescription. If she answers no, she can talk about using contraception, whether she is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventive reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a primary care setting. We successfully completed multiple implementation studies. In 2015, we have 46 Oregon clinics implementing OKQ; 6 Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO), and providers in 20 different states. OFRH Directly provided training to 21 clinic staffs.OFRH has presented OKQ at over 50 conferences including the North American Forum on Family Planning/Society of Family Planning.OFRH is a charter member of the Oregon Preventative Reproductive Health Advisory Panel which is developing a tiered set of standards for the delivery of service within primary care, and a member of Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice Advisory Committee.We have studiously monitored and tracked Oregons health care reform process. Health care reform efforts in Oregon presented us with a window of opportunity to ensure that preventive reproductive health is integrated into Oregons primary health care policy. To that end, we have consistently provided data-heavy testimony and grassroots advocacy ad state-sponsored health care reform meetings, meeting with key policy makers and providing critical data at every point of influence.As a result, we secured a Womens Health Domain for contraception and preconception services as an incentivized metric for CCOs such that CCOs will be held accountable for effective contraception use among women who do not desire to be pregnant. We also made sure that the standards for Patient Centered Primary Care Homes included those for reproductive health.OFRH is engaged in education and outreach to women on enrolling for insurance through the Health Insurance Exchange or to gain Medicaid coverage. We have supplied best-messaging to use in outreach that addresses the motivators and barriers for women to enroll. Our community partners in this effort benefit from our expertise on women focused messaging and we will continue to advocate for reproductive health services to be included, comprehensive and accessible within the Exchange.OFRH is a grantee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and Raising Womens Voices; both provide research and best-messaging to address womens needs in health care reform.We also receive guidance form a 60 active member community Advisory Council. These members are community leaders in diverse areas and offer expertise from areas outside health care.OFRH is part of the Oregon Outreach and Enrollment Alliance with community partners from across the state. We collaborate as a watchdog to Cover Oregons policies and processes and build cross-movement alliances to advocate for inclusion and accessibility of coverage. OFRH specifically provides women-centric messaging and reproductive health focused information to a broad range of community partners. To date, OFRH has recruited other organizations to fight for womens year round access to insurance if she becomes pregnant. We delivered a report to the OID which has taken this under consideration in the Rules Advisory Committee. Insurers are fighting the proposed favorable rule for women and OFRH is leading a coalition to provide testimony and advocate for this inclusion in 2016.OFRH maintains membership in the Allies for Healthier Oregon Coalition and Oregon Health Equity Alliance; a collection of progressive advocacy organizations that bring policies most affecting communities of color and health disparities to the awareness of key policy and decision makers. This coalition provides the opportunity to coordinate our advocacy efforts with other statewide organizations.OFRH has the endorsement from 28 Oregon professional associations and organizations for the One Key Question initiative as well as the American Public Health Association, National Womens Health Nurse Practitioner Association, the Governors office, and USE Senators Merkley and Wyden. A representative from each organizationparticipates in the OKQ Coalition to help navigate barriers to implementation in the health care system.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive health care and supplied information to endorsing organizations, community partners, and more than 6,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Spring Adams Fund, the only fund in Oregon that provides transportation and lodging for women traveling to Portland for abortion care. WE continue to work on the Emergency Contraception Access Project, which increases womens pharmacy access to emergency contraception. We provide a policy watchdog role to ensure against pharmacy refusal.Other Organization Documents Publically Available-One Key Question Implementation Manual-One Key Question Patient Brochure (Spanish, English)-ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive Reproductive Health is Part of High Quality Primary Care was published in the highly regarded peer reviewed journal Contraception.The Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) created and promotes an initiative to dramatically increase women's access to preventative reproductive health care including preconception care and contraception. We researched and analyzed gaps in access between primary care and reproductive health services and developed a mechanism for pregnancy intention screening to increase preventive reproductive health services, thereby increasing the number of pregnancies that are wanted, planned and as healthy as possible. OFRH developed the One Key Question (OKQ)initiative to be integrated in primary care policy within health care reform. This will change primary care service delivery so that all reproductive age women are routinely asked by their primary care clinician: "Would you like to become pregnant this year?" If the woman answers "yes", she can be offered screening for pre-existing conditions and medications known to effect the health of a pregnancy, including a folic acid prescription. If she answers "no" she can talk about using contraception, whether she is satisfied with her method, and offered options as needed. This will enable more women to access preventive reproductive health services such as preconception care and contraception within a primary care setting. We successfully completed our first OKQ feasibility study at Oregon Health and Science University's Richmond Clinic, and a small pilot study at a rural health center in John Day, OR. Due to the success of our feasibility study we have identified multiple pilot study sites for OKQ and have gained local and national attention.OKQ has a registered trademark for intellectual property so as health centers across the country and within Oregon implement the initiative, we serve as a clearinghouse for the various approaches to implementation, barriers experienced and solutions developed in response to those barriers. OFRH offers technical assistance, custom tailored consultation, and an implementation toolkit including provider and patient educational materials, to all interested in implementing this new practice of pregnancy intention screening.OFRH has presented OKQ at over 50 conferences including the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP).We also published "ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive Reproductive Health Is Part Of High Quality Primary Care" in the highly regarded peer review journal Contraception.OFRH is a charter member of the Oregon Preventative Reproductive Health Advisory Panel which will develop a tiered set of standards for the delivery of service within primary care, and of the national ARHP Metric Advisory Committee which will recommend a national metric for ensuring these services are routinely provided in primary care.We have studiously monitored and tracked Oregon's health care reform process. Health care reform efforts in Oregon presented us with a window of opportunity to ensure that preventative reproductive health is integrated into Oregon's primary health care policy. To that end, we have consistently provided data-heavy testimony and grassroots advocacy at state-sponsored health care reform meetings, meeting with key policy makers and providing critical data at every point of influence.As a result, we secured a Women's Health Domain for contraception and preconception services as an incentivized metric for Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) such that CCOs will be held accountable for "effective contraception use among women who do not desire to be pregnant". We also made sure that the standards for Patient Centered Primary Care Homes included those for reproductive health. OFRH is engaged in education and outreach to women on enrolling for insurance through the health insurance exchange or to gain Medicaid coverage. We have supplied best-messaging to use in outreach that addresses the motivators and barriers for women to enroll. Our community partners in this effort benefit from our expertise on "women focused" messaging and we will continue to advocate for reproductive health services to be included, comprehensive, and accessible within the Exchange.OFRH is a grantee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and Raising Women's Voices; both provide research and best messaging to address women's needs in health care reform.We also receive guidance from a 60 active member community Advisory Council. These members are community leaders in diverse areas and offer expertise from areas outside health care.OFRH is part of the Oregon Outreach and Enrollment Alliance with community partners from across the state. We collaborate as a watchdog to Cover Oregon's policies and processes and build cross-movement alliances to advocate for inclusion and accessibility of coverage. OFRH specifically provides women-centric messaging and reproductive health focused information to a broad range of community partners.OFRH maintains membership in the Allies for Healthier Oregon Coalition and Oregon Health Equity Alliance; a collection of progressive advocacy organizations that bring policies most affecting communities of color and health disparities to the awareness of key policy and decision makers. This coalition provides the opportunity to coordinate our advocacy efforts with other statewide organizations.OFRH has the endorsement from 27 Oregon professional associations and organizations for the One Key Question initiative as well as the American Public Health, the governor's office, and US Senators Merkley and Wyden. A representative from each organization participates in the OKQ Coalition to help navigate barriers to implementation in the health care system.Through extensive use of social media we have provided weekly public education on reproductive health care and supplied information to endorsing organizations, community partners, and more than 5,000 Oregonians.We also manage the Spring Adam Fund, the only fund in Oregon that provides transportation and lodging for women traveling to Portland for abortion care. We continue to work on the Emergency Contraception Access Project, which increases women's pharmacy access to emergency contraception. We provide a policy watchdog role to ensure against pharmacy refusal.Other Organization Documents Publicly Available-One Key Question Implementation Manual-One Key Question patient brochure (Spanish, English)-ONE KEY QUESTION: Preventive Reproductive Health Is Part of High Quality Primary Care was published in the highly regarded peer review journal Contraception. 
Financial data
Revenue
Total revenue$397,431.00$474,213.00$421,772.00$348,163.00$407,741.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$357,986.00$449,976.00$393,483.00$333,537.00$405,554.00
Revenue from noncash contributions$18,610.00    
Investment income, current yr$932.00$769.00$702.00$494.00$2,187.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$357,986.00$449,976.00$393,483.00$333,537.00$405,554.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Program service revenue (total)$38,513.00$23,468.00$27,587.00$14,132.00$0.00
Gross receipts$397,431.00$474,213.00$421,772.00$348,163.00$407,741.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from all other contributions$357,986.00$449,976.00$393,483.00$333,537.00$405,554.00
Other types of revenue
Royalties (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Miscellaneous revenue (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net revenue from gaming (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$932.00$769.00$702.00$494.00$2,187.00
Net rental income$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net income from fundraising events$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net inventory sales (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Expense categories (totals)
Total functional expenses: sum of all$655,097.00$490,433.00$440,520.00$374,361.00$324,676.00
Total functional expenses: program service $646,634.00$466,439.00$417,604.00$355,101.00$296,071.00
Total functional expenses: management and general$6,617.00$12,411.00$11,556.00$10,138.00$17,523.00
Total functional expenses: fundraising$1,846.00$11,583.00$11,360.00$9,122.00$11,082.00
Fees for services
Lobbying fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Legal fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
General management fees (total)$0.00$0.00$225.00$0.00$9,204.00
Investment management fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$155,191.00$257,566.00$292,221.00$264,638.00$292,914.00
Total assets, beginning of year$257,566.00$292,221.00$264,638.00$292,914.00$243,899.00
Total liabilities$216,787.00$65,982.00$88,240.00$40,154.00$45,851.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$65,982.00$88,240.00$40,154.00$45,851.00$79,901.00
Pledges & accounts receivable, net$12,500.00$19,753.00$28,539.00$1,000.00$95,000.00
Loans & receivables from key persons$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Unrestricted net assets, end of yr-$170,056.00$125,185.00$119,731.00$102,274.00$92,387.00
Temporarily restricted net assets$108,460.00$66,399.00$84,250.00$122,210.00$154,676.00
Net assets-$61,596.00$191,584.00$203,981.00$224,484.00$247,063.00
Net assets, beginning of year$191,584.00$203,981.00$224,484.00$247,063.00$163,998.00
Other liabilities$213,111.00$64,554.00$79,699.00$33,952.00$44,364.00
Intangible assets$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other assets$10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00$16,480.00
Investments: other securities$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Investments: publicly traded securities$42,851.00$31,709.00$27,301.00$28,988.00$13,168.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$85,871.00$193,151.00$224,338.00$222,759.00$167,429.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$193,151.00$224,338.00$222,759.00$167,429.00$102,532.00
Investments -- program-related$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Inventories for sale or use$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses-$257,666.00-$16,220.00-$18,748.00-$26,198.00$83,065.00
Advertising (total)$35.00$520.00$37.00$416.00$176.00
Savings & temp cash investment$3,769.00$2,803.00$2,043.00$1,332.00$837.00
Accounts receivable, net$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00
Prepaid expenses & deferred charges$200.00$150.00$0.00$559.00$0.00
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$3,676.00$1,428.00$8,541.00$6,202.00$1,487.00
Total net assets or fund balances-$61,596.00$191,584.00$203,981.00$224,484.00$247,063.00
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00$235.00
Payment to affiliates$605,339.00$449,257.00$396,725.00$338,486.00$269,504.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members911141510
Number of independent voting members90141510
Accrual accountingTrueTrueTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-07-012015-07-012014-07-012013-07-012012-07-01
Tax year end date2017-06-012016-06-012015-06-012014-06-012013-06-01
Metadata about the filing
E-return type: 990, 990EZ, or 990PF990990990990990
Date e-filing submitted2018-01-092017-04-202016-07-122015-03-092014-01-08
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v2.02014v6.02013v4.02012v2.0
Filing identifier201743199349316934201623499349300927201610479349301491201540459349300319201343199349308034
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