The Family PACT Program at CAPTC is funded by the California Department of Health Care Services, Office of Family Planning to support the development, implementation, and evaluation of high quality, medically accurate, and culturally/linguistically appropriate family planning services for California’s Family PACT providers and their patients.
Family PACT Clients
We’ve developed a suite of web pages for current and prospective Family PACT clients with information on birth control methods and Family PACT coverage.
Family PACT Providers
FPACT providers are required to have updated contact information in order to be compliant with eligibility requirements. Contact us today to update your contact information.
These webinars provide trustworthy and accurate information about emerging topics in family planning relevant to providers. Click below to see what’s new in family planning.
Learn about clinical and provider level barriers to same-day placement of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) and identify strategies to successfully transition from a clinical visit to a placement visit.
Learn about Shared Decision Making as a client-centered approach to helping clients make family planning decisions, how to apply it in practice, and how to anticipate and address potential barriers.
Review the epidemiology of Zika, its implications for family planning, resources for family planning clinicians, and learn about shared decision making as a method to counsel women on their family planning options.
What is FPACT?
Nicole Nguyen, MPH
Family PACT Program Manager
Nicole Nguyen, MPH serves as the Program Manager for the Family Prevention, Access, Care and Treatment (Family PACT) Program. She coordinates the development, implementation, and evaluation of multiple training and technical assistance projects to support high-quality, medically accurate, and culturally and linguistically appropriate delivery of reproductive health services by Family PACT providers for their patiention populations througout California.
She has worked in health education and prevention for more than a decade. Her primary focus has been in areas of sexual health, reproductive justice, community outreach, and global health both at home and abroad. Prior to joining CAPTC, Nicole worked at women’s clinics and taught classes at public high schools and colleges in Oakland, Berkeley, and Sacramento on comprehensive sexual health education and access for teens and young adults. She has also worked alongside doctors and nurse practitioners to provide birth control/family planning services, STI testing/treatment, and abortion care in underserved communities. She received her BA in Gender & Women’s Studies with a minor in Global Poverty & Practice from UC Berkeley and her MPH in Health Education from UC Davis.
Michael Policar, MD, MPH