COVID Guidance: We’ve seen an increase in staff with positive COVID cases and want to direct you to this information about how to protect yourself and what to do if you test positive. As a reminder, masks are optional in PPCWNY’s administrative locations and offices. In accordance with NYS law, masking and other PPE measures are required in health centers.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Anyone with a cervix can get cervical cancer — nearly 13,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is preventable with vaccination and screening. Follow this link to learn more about cervical cancer and how Planned Parenthood can help.
February is Black History Month. Throughout this month, and every other month of the year, we celebrate the achievements and triumphs the Black community. Learn about the Reproductive Justice Movement – a framework created by Black women that revolutionized sexual and reproductive health care and advocacy.
National Condom Week is February 14th-21st! Planned Parenthood wants to help you and your partner celebrate Valentine’s Day safely. Learn more about practicing safer sex here
We Tend to the Team and we’d like you to join us! PPCWNY is now hiring across our 18-county service area. Apply now to become a part of a passionate, supportive, collaborative team committed to providing sexual and reproductive health care and education — with respect, without judgment, no matter what.