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The Trump administration is forcing Planned Parenthood and other providers out of the national program for birth control and reproductive health care — Title X. With an unethical gag rule, the administration is bullying providers into withholding abortion information from their patients. Title X is the nation’s only program dedicated to helping people get affordable birth control and reproductive health care. It’s almost 50 years old and Planned Parenthood has played a key role from the beginning.

We’re working to make sure that all Planned Parenthood patients can still get the health care they need. Contact your local Planned Parenthood health center to find out how much the services you need cost. 

Title X is designed to help people who struggle to make ends meet get birth control, STD testing, cancer screenings, and other care they couldn't afford otherwise. It’s an important safety net for people who would be forced to go without health care. This includes already-marginalized communities — LGBTQ communities, people of color, and people with low incomes — who historically face barriers to care and are less likely to have health insurance. The majority of patients in the Title X program identify as Black, Hispanic, or Latinx. 

At Planned Parenthood, we believe everyone, regardless of their race, their income, or where they live, deserves the best medical care and information available. More than four million people rely on Title X health centers every year, and Planned Parenthood serves approximately 40% of patients who get care through Title X. Help us fight back and restore Title X funding to Planned Parenthood health centers

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