It’s the best time of year to support the work of Planned Parenthood in Kentucky! That’s because the BIGGEST day of the year for Kentucky philanthropy – Give for Good – is coming up in just a few days, on September 17.
There is no denying that the pandemic has created logistical and financial hurdles in Planned Parenthood’s mission to provide reproductive health care to all in need. However, within PPINK and PPGNHI health centers, there is more good news than bad.
Planned Parenthood is committed to retaining and expanding access to as many patients and communities as possible, but sometimes that means being strategic with resources and health center locations. Sometimes that means consolidating health care clinics to streamline care to where it will be the most effective.
Behind every century-old photo of white women in white sashes marching for the right to vote, were Black women — marching arm-in-arm for their voices to be heard. Black women like educator Mary Church Terrell, or journalist and researcher Ida B. Wells were there from the start.
This year, September 5 marks the International Day of Charity, as it was declared by the United Nations eight years ago.
Services at Planned Parenthood for LGBTQ patients are not different or set apart from the range of services we offer all patients. We provide the necessary training and resources to our clinicians and other health care staff - giving them the tools needed to best offer services for patients of all sexualities and genders.
2020 has brought about several surprising and significant rulings from the Supreme Court of the United States. This year has had its share of left turns and disappointments -- and the Supreme Court’s ruling to restrict birth control access was certainly one of them. However, there were a few positive and unexpected rulings from SCOTUS this year.
When Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky announced that its Louisville Health Center would resume providing abortion services this past March, there was much fanfare and focus on the clinic, which included protestors.
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