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  1. Daniel Eisenberg
  2. Vanessa Dalton
  3. Jennifer Barber

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Description: The Michigan Contraceptive Access, Research, and Evaluation Study (M-CARES) will study the impact of improving financial access to reproductive health care on the outcomes of women and their families. Together with Planned Parenthood of Michigan (PPMI), we will recruit 5,000 thousand PPMI patients ages 18 to 35 years old to participate. Half of these participants will be randomized to receive a voucher to be used toward contraception at PPMI within 90 days. Our study will follow participants in administrative data and surveys, allowing us to examine the effects of intervention on pregnancy and childbearing; attitudes about and use of reproductive health care; physical health and health care use; educational attainment and labor-market outcomes; mental health and well-being, and participation in programs. The aim of the study is to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the costs and benefits of subsidizing contraception for U.S. women


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