The Indiana Family Health Council, Inc., (IFHC) is a private, non-profit corporation governed by statewide Board of Directors comprised of up to twenty-five members. It is a management agency, coordinator and technical assistance provider.
IFHC receives and administers the federal funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) for family planning services, which are provided through a system of Family Planning Resources dedicated to helping Hoosier families maintain good reproductive health. IFHC also receives state assistance and funding for STI and HIV testing across the state, and partners with private foundations to provide reproductive health education and services.
In addition, IFHC also advocates for family planning services for the women and men who otherwise may not be able to afford professional, compassionate reproductive health care, and collaborates to develop other funding sources and programs to extend sexual health education and testing resources throughout Indiana.