Family planning services improve health and social outcomes through education, psychosocial interventions, and medical practice. Social workers are on the frontlines of providing such services to some of the most vulnerable clients; however, social work education may not be adequately preparing students to provide these interventions. This Teaching Note introduces family planning services and their significance to social work practice. Additionally, this article shares practical examples of including the subject of family planning in BSW classrooms.

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