The commission reported that the average monthly number of people enrolled — not served — in Healthy Texas Women was 167,178 in 2017. That's higher than the monthly average enrollment from 2011, but the increase is partly due to the addition of women from the Expanded Primary Health Care Program.
In 2016, the commission combined the Texas Women's Health and the Expanded Primary Health Care programs to create Healthy Texas Women. It provides family planning and preventive services to low-income women whose families earn less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level. For example, a woman on her own must make less than ,010 a month and a family of four less than ,100 a month to qualify.
The most popular services for clients of Healthy Texas Women and the Family Planning Program in 2017 included testing for sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy.