Resources for Retailers & Providers
We work with a range of healthcare programs throughout the world providing them with educational materials, counseling guidance, and information about how to obtain CycleBeads for their clients. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-CYCLE99 (1-877-292-5399) to find out more about discounted bulk pricing information and available educational materials.
In addition, CycleBeads are available at a special discount for organizations non-profit organizations and those supported by USAID. For further information, contact us at email@example.com.
Online Training for Healthcare Professionals
The Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University has developed an online training program for health care professionals who would like to counsel clients on CycleBeads and the Standard Days Method. The program provides continuing education units and is free of charge for a limited time. Click here to find out more.
Counseling & Educational Materials
Through our partnership with the Institute for Reproductive Health, we also have available numerous informational materials on service delivery and training.
If you have questions or comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Retailers and Pharmacies
CycleBeads are offered by a number of retailers and pharmacies. We provide in-store educational materials such as posters, brochures, display units, and videos.
CycleBeads can be purchased directly from Cycle Technologies or from any of the following national distributors: Lotus Light Enterprises, Frontier Natural Products Co-op, and Threshold Enterprises.
Contact us at email@example.com or 1-877-CYCLE99 (1-877-292-5399) for more information on making CycleBeads available in your store.
The Standard Days Method and CycleBeads are valuable for other types of counseling beyond family planning:
- helping a woman understand and keep track of her menstrual cycle
- helping couples practice behaviors that have a positive effect on their reproductive health
- encouraging communication and self-advocacy with a partner and a healthcare provider
- helping young people understand their changing bodies and protect their own reproductive health