Planned Parenthood

Central North Carolina

Who We Are

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Someone you know counts on Planned Parenthood. We're here for every person, every family, and every community.

Planned Parenthood of Central North Carolina provides education programs, health care, and advocacy to help reduce unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, especially among teens, people with limited incomes, and the uninsured.

Education Empowering Young People
The Education Department works to make a long-term, positive impact on the sexual health of our communities. Planned Parenthood promotes positive sexuality, healthy behavior, and responsible choices, through implementing medically-accurate, intensive and balanced sexuality education programs.Our programs are innovative, bold, and effective tools for preventing adolescent pregnancy and promoting reproductive health in central North Carolina.

Medical 
Caring, Compassionate, and Confidential
The Planned Parenthood of Central North Carolina health center team ensures access to comprehensive reproductive health care by providing services in settings which preserve and protect an individuals right to privacy, dignity,and choice.
Services include:
-> birth control consultation and supplies,
-> gynecological exams and Pap tests,
-> in-clinic abortion and abortion pill,
-> emergency contraception,
-> pregnancy testing and options information,
-> testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases,
-> permanent birth control- no-scalpel vasectomy and Essure, and
-> rapid HIV testing.

For more information, click "Find a Health Center" at the top of the page and see our health centers in Chapel Hill, Durham, and Fayetteville.

Advocacy  Policies that Make Sense
The Public Affairs team advocates for public policies which support funding for family planning services, equal insurance coverage for contraception, better access to emergency contraception and medically-accurate comprehensive sex education.

In 2007, we proudly celebrated 25 years of serving the needs of central North Carolina. Go here to see our anniversary video.

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