Celebrating a pair of important and influential Black women leaders in Washington state's history!
Planned Parenthood health centers in western Washington have been working hard to accommodate increased patient demand in some areas. Some of the extra strain is due to the closure of three Washington Planned Parenthood health centers this year.
Gender Affirming Hormone Care is set to go live in Indiana and Kentucky Planned Parenthood health centers on September 30, 2021!
Donations to Planned Parenthood will be MATCHED dollar-for-dollar through September 17, 2021. It's time to #GiveForGood!
For August, we will highlight three individuals from Alaska as part of the continuing Women of Color in History series.
Thanks to some recent state-of-the-art updates, security systems across all Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawai’i, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky health centers adhere to one consistent standard, and alerts are able to be cross-communicated from any health center within the affiliate.
Planned Parenthood health centers continually adapt, and evolve based on community needs.
This means that all Planned Parenthood health centers must build relationships as community partners – not only with our patients, but with other organizations our patients and communities depend on.
An update on the fights happening to protect reproductive rights across the six states from Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates local leaders.
To continue our observance of history-makers of color, we focus on two Black women in Idaho: Dorothy Buckner and her daughter, former State Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb.
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