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Program Element 46

What is Program Element (PE) 46?

PE 46 is the new Reproductive Health Program Element (PE) titled, Community Participation and Assurance of Access to Reproductive Health Services. It was developed in collaboration with CLHO and approved in February 2018. The funding for PE 46 is based on a formula that incorporates a number of factors, including: county population, urban vs. rural communities, Chlamydia rates, and Women in Need. 

The focus of PE 46 is to assure access to clinical RH services throughout the state. LPHAs will be expected to work with community partners to identify gaps and barriers to service, and develop and implement plans to enhance access, especially for those most marginalized. This work aligns with the goals of public health modernization and the Modernization Manual was referenced to determine the deliverables.

Click the map below to see where PE 46 agencies are located:

PE 46 map 

PE 46 Webinars

Below are links to the recordings and slides of the monthly PE 46 webinars.

LPHA Round Table (Jan & Feb 2020)
Jan Video
Feb Video
Outreach and Education (Dec 2019) Video Slides
Talking about the HPV Vaccine (Nov 2019) Video Slides
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Sept 2019) Video Slides
Reproductive Justice (August 2019) Video Slides
Working with Faith Communities (June 2019) Video Slides
Working with Youth (May 2019) Video Slides
Intimate Partner Violence and
Reproductive Coercion (Feb 2019)
Video Slides
Transportation (Jan 2019) Video Slides
Data (Dec 2018) Video Slides
Only YOU Can Help Increase Cancer 
Screening Rates (Nov 2018)
Video Slides
What's the 411? (Oct 2018) Video Slides
PE 46 Kickoff (Sept 2018) Video Slides

Tools & Resources

To help you create your Local Plan and budget

Program Element 46

Local Program Plan Instructions

Local Program Plan Form

Local Program Plan Guidance Document

Budget Template

Fiscal Guidance

To help you connect with local organizations

Oregon County Community Profiles is a snapshot in time of medical providers and community-based service organizations listed by county. The organizations listed have not been vetted to confirm what services they provide. The purpose is to provide a starting point for RH Program providers and PE 46 agencies to develop relationships with local organizations with the goal of increasing access to reproductive health services.

Data Resources

List of PE 46 Resources: this list may be helpful as you conduct PE 46 work within your community.

Clackamas Action Plan: this is an example of an Action Plan Clackamas County created to prioritize and implement PE 46 work within their community.

Sample focus group questions used in Linn/Benton Reproductive Health Needs Assessment in both English and Spanish.

Working with Youth Resources

These resources were shared in the Working with Youth webinar and are helpful in engaging youth.

Adolescent Health Initiative (AHI) Youth-Led Health Center Assessment Tool and Facilitator Guide

Adolescent Health Initiative (AHI) Creating & Sustaining a Thriving Youth Advisory Council

Design Resources

Youth Friendliness Assessment Tool

Rational Enquirer Call for Submissions

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

The below article explains white privilege and how it maintains systems of power.

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack 

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