advocating for high quality reproductive health care

Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive (SC RED) advocates for high quality sexual and reproductive health care for individuals living with all types of sickle cell disease

Focusing on Sickle Cell reproductive health to eliminate disparities

It is astonishing how much we do not know regarding sickle cell and reproductive health. Now that individuals with sickle cell are surviving well into adulthood, we must advance the knowledge around our sexual and reproductive health
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What we do

We provide education on reproductive health concerns, establish standards for effective and high-quality reproductive health care across the life span, and advocate for policies and processes that will improve access to comprehensive reproductive health care.

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Our Mission

Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive advocates for high quality sexual and reproductive health care for individuals living with all types of sickle cell disease.

Passion is what drives us

Advocating for high quality sexual & reproductive health care for individuals living with all types of sickle cell disease

Focusing On Sickle Cell Reproductive Health To Eliminate Disparities

Our History

The History of Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive (SC RED)

Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive (SC RED) was conceptualized in 2020 and established as a 501c3 nonprofit on April 8th, 2021. Our co-founder and CEO, Teonna Woolford sought to create the organization because she felt defeated by fertility struggles after a bone marrow transplant. When researching and seeking resources for fertility preservation, she found very little information about fertility and sickle cell and no resources to help pay for the costly procedure.

Our work at SC RED is always evolving. Please let us know how we can support you on your reproductive health journey.