What We Do
The Atlanta Female Condom Campaign (ATL FC2) is a coalition of HIV/AIDS, reproductive justice, women’s health, and gay men’s health organizations dedicated to increasing access, affordability, availability, awareness, and utilization of female condoms. Our partners include AID Atlanta, AbsoluteCARE, Aniz, Dekalb County Board of Health , Emory University, HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial Unit, Empowerment Resource Center, Red Pump Project, SAVED Sista Project , SEATEC, SisterLove and STAND.
Members of the campaign are dedicated to providing education, training and distribution of the campaign throughout metropolitan Atlanta with the goal of providing a safe and sexy alternative to male condoms, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation.
The Atlanta Female Condom Campaign trains health care providers at community-based organizations how to use and promote female condoms to their clients and communities. The campaign does not target specific populations, but uses the feedback and experiences of the diverse communities in Atlanta to customize trainings.
Where to Get Female Condoms in Atlanta
Take advantage of the Female Health Company’s FC2 Finder. Text “findFC2” to 877877 to find FC2s near you!
Individuals can access female condoms at a number of community-based agencies, often for free or low cost. A number of Walgreens in the area also stock female condoms on their shelves. You can also order female condoms online through Walgreens here.
There are many ways to get involved in Atlanta’s female condom campaign. Here are just a few:
- Participate in a skills-building training on effective female condom promotion. Email us to learn more about upcoming training opportunities or to host one for your organization or community.
- Attend a campaign meeting. Email us for details.