Over 18,000 women have received an IUD or the Implant since TCI started in 2010. 
In 2018, TCI funded 40% of IUD and the Implant at our partner clinics. 
The state saves roughly $5.85 for every dollar spent on IUDs and the Implant. 
8,500 Tulsans were reached through education and outreach efforts. 
2,465 women chose an IUD or the Implant at a TCI partner clinic. 
Between 2009 and 2017, Teen birth rates in Tulsa County have decreased 53.3% and abortions have decreased 51.2%. 
Oklahoma is in the top 10 states providing IUDs and the Implant to teens. TCI is the only program offering IUDs and the Implant in the state. 
OK Policy compared Tulsa County’s teen birth rate to 18 demographically-similar counties without a TCI-style program and found Tulsa County’s birth rate dropped 27% more. 
1. TCI-funded LARC and Total Clinic LARC are tracked in the TCI data system based on quarterly intake reports, 2018. Accessed April 1, 2019.
2. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH). (2017, May). Oklahoma teen birth report (OSDH, Author). Retrieved from State of Oklahoma website.
3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015, April). Vital Signs: Trends in use of long-acting reversible contraception among teens aged 15-19 years seeking contraceptive services – United States, 2005-2013 (Report No. 64(13);363-369) (L. Romero, K. Pazol, L. Warner, L. Gavin, S. Moskosky, G. Besera,…W. Barfield, Authors). Retreived from CDC website.
4. Putnam, C. (2017, January). Increasing access to long-acting reversible contraception brings lasting gains for Oklahoma women and girls. Retrieved from Oklahoma Policy Institute website.
5. Tavernise, S. (2015, July 5). Colorado’s effort against teenage pregnancies is a startling success. The New York Times, Science. Retrieved from New York Times website.
6. TCI-funded LARC and Total Clinic LARC are tracked in the TCI data system based on quarterly intake reports, 2015-2018. Social media engagement is tracked through Facebook Ads Manager. Accessed April 1, 2019.