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Our mission is to empower individuals to determine their own sexual health and reproductive futures.

Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic (PPHP) provides reproductive health care at 10 health centers and two mobile health centers in Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties in New York. We offer a wide range of reproductive health care services regardless of the individual's age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, immigration status, or ability to pay.

For 88 years, we have provided exceptional health services, accurate information and education, and fearless advocacy for reproductive rights and justice.

In 2020, services were provided to more than 31,000 patients in more than 56,400 visits. Our education and training programs reached more than 5,400 people and our Patient Relations Center answered 151,100 calls. 
 

Trusted health care provider
PPHP’s ten health centers and two mobile health centers offer nonjudgmental, professional treatment, confidentiality, and affordable high-quality care. Health centers offer services such as birth control, emergency contraception, prevention, testing, and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing and counseling, PrEP and PEP, Prenatal care, Gender Affirming Aare, gynecological care, Vasectomy care, HPV vaccination, abortion care, menopausal management care, lifesaving cancer screenings, and more. 

Learn more about health care services.

Informed educator
Our education and training team offers programs providing accurate, unbiased information about human sexuality. We conduct programs for schools, colleges,  residential facilities, civic associations and community organizations, and parents, as well as trainings for professionals and child care providers. 

Learn more about education and training.

Passionate advocate
PPHP follows issues related to family planning, sexuality education, and reproductive health and sends legislative updates and alerts. 
We have a strong advocacy program which works at the county, state, and federal level on issues related to reproductive health care. We also assist people with registering to vote so their voice is heard on Election Day, and work with student groups on college campuses and community partners who share an interest in our issues

Learn more about advocacy.

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Insider News Fall 2020 newsletter