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Planned Parenthood

Santa Barbara, Ventura & San Luis Obispo Counties

Newsletter

Twice a year, Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties, Inc., publishes a newsletter with information to keep you advised about important issues and developments that affect Planned Parenthood and the patients we serve. We also provide updates on events and programs happening in and around the tri-counties. We have updates on Clinic, Education and Public Affairs activities as well.

Click here for the Spring 2014 issue of Health Matters. In this issue, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of service to the tri-counties, announce the retirement of our CEO and explain how toxic chemicals can affect your reproductive health.

Click here for the Fall 2013 issue of Health Matters.  In this issue, we discuss Health Care Reform and its implications for PPSBVSLO, a legacy of caring, and our partnership with Merck for offering the HPV vaccine.

Click here for the Spring 2013 issue of Health Matters.  In this issue, we introduce our new tagline, "Care. No Matter What." and discuss the importance of talking with your teen about sexual health & reproduction, and Get Yourself Tested month.

Click here for the Fall 2012 issue of Health Matters. In this issue, we report on how the Affordable Health Act will help our patients, celebrate the work of an extraordinary book sale volunteer and share the story of how the Rita Solinas Assistance Fund made a difference for a young professional.

Click here for the Spring 2012 issue of Health Matters. In this issue, Cecile Richards writes about the relationship between Planned Parenthood and the Susan B. Komen Foundation, we report on the implementation of electronic health records at our Ventura County health centers and share the results of a study linking the environment to some types of cancer.

Click here for the Fall 2011 issue of Health Matters.  In this issue, we give an update on our Thousand Oaks Health Center Capital Campaign, provide polling information about strong community support for Planned Parenthood and discuss teen pregnancy and the media.

Click here for the Spring 2011 issue of Health Matters. In this issue, Cecile Richards writes about the battle over Title X and government funding for reproductive health care, we report on our recent survey of comprehensive sexuality education in local schools and highlight our annual book sale.

Click here for the Fall 2010 edition of Health Matters. In this issue, we announce our new branding campaign, discuss a new method of permanent birth control for women, and highlight our annual book sale.

Click here for the Spring 2010 edition of Limited Additions. In this issue, we announce the opening of our new, expanded health center in Thousand Oaks, spotlight the work of our Peer Educator program, and highlight the activities for national Get Yourself Tested month.

Click here for the Fall 2009 edition of Limited Additions. In this issue, we recap the impact of the California budget cuts to the people we serve, delve into the work behind the scenes by an army of volunteers for our sensational annual Book Sale, and highlight the success of our Teen Success program for teen moms.

Click here for the Spring 2009 edition of Limited Additions.  In this issue, we discuss strengthening our mission during turbulent times, our Annual Dinner with a special celebrity guest star, we introduce our new Medical Director and lead you to discover our "Teen Success" program.

Click here for the Fall 2008 edition of Limited Additions. In this issue, we have updates about Proposition 4, the parental notification initiative along with how new regulations from the Bush Administration will affect women's health.  We also have information to help parents strengthen communication with their children.

Click here for the Spring 2008 edition of Limited Additions. In this issue, we recap our Annual Dinner which honored Volunteer of the Year Rita Solinas and featured Cecile Richards as the keynote speaker. We also introduce our Teen Clinic Program and highlight the success of our Adelante Amigo peer education program.

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If you would like a hard copy of the newsletter, please call Development at (805) 722-1522.

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