Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health

A non-profit advocacy organization that provides a channel for Oregon women’s voices to be heard, especially those historically under-served.

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OFRH is proud to have the endorsements from the following professional organizations for One Key Question:


  • American Public Health Association
  • Physicians for Reproductive Health
  • American Academy of Family Physicians (adopted a resolution to endorse pregnancy intention screening)
  • National Association of Nurse Practitioners of Women’s Health
  • Committee Opinion developed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’

State of Oregon 

  1. 211 Info
  2. African American Health Coalition
  3. Boys and Girls Aid
  4. Coalition of Community Health Clinics
  5. Coalition of Local Health Officials
  6. InterCommunity Health Network CCO- Quality Management Team
  7. International Center for Traditional Childbearing
  8. Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland
  9. Multnomah County Commissioners
  10. Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  11. Nurse Practitioners of Oregon
  12. Office of Rural Health
  13. Oregon Academy of Family Physicians
  14. Oregon AFL-CIO
  15. Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
  16.  Oregon CEDAW Coalition
  17. Oregon College of Emergency Room Physicians
  18. Oregon Latino Health Coalition 
  19. Oregon Medical Association
  20. Oregon Midwifery Council
  21. Oregon Nurses Association
  22. Oregon Primary Care Association
  23. Oregon Public Health Association
  24. Oregon Public Health Institute
  25. Oregon Rural Health Association
  26. Oregon Section of American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  27. Oregon Society of Physician Assistants
  28. Oregon State Pharmacy Association
  29. Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of Oregon
  30. Portland City Council- One Key Question Resolution
  31. SEIU Local 49

The ONE KEY QUESTION® mark and program are the intellectual property of the Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health. A signed MOU is required before implementation to ensure fidelity of the program. Please contact OFRH to find out more.