Planned Parenthood of Indiana Offers Help to Victims of Hurricane Katrina
INDIANAPOLIS — Planned Parenthood of Indiana will offer help to victims of Hurricane Katrina that are currently in Indiana. The agency will provide free family planning and emergency contraceptive services to Katrina victims. Planned Parenthood has 39 health centers across Indiana so it can service victims in all regions of the state
"This is a time for us to pull together to help our fellow citizens whose lives have been forever changed by Hurricane Katrina," stated Liz Carroll, vice president of patient services at Planned Parenthood of Indiana. "We recognize that many residents of the areas devastated by Katrina may have families living in our state or are living in shelters here. We're ready to help them."
Persons in need may call 1-800-230-PLAN for nearest health center location and hours. Service information is also available on the agency's website at www.ppin.org.