Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are safe and highly effective at preventing unintentional pregnancy. LARCs require little to no maintenance and last for 3 to 10 years. Health care providers, educators and clinicians increasingly encourage people to consider LARCs as a birth control method. With this pamphlet you'll be able to explain that these methods are easy and effective, and address concerns about lingering myths about IUDs.
Explains why implants and IUDs are good choices for young people
Emphasizes how effectively they prevent pregnancy
Notes there are very few health risks for most people