INDIANAPOLIS – Tomorrow, as part of an unprecedented increase in nationwide grassroots activism, the Health Access and Privacy Alliance (HAPA) will be hosting a press conference urging Indiana's state and federal elected officials to stop playing politics with Planned Parenthood and women's health. Across the country, and in Indiana, people do not want to see their reproductive rights under attack.
When politicians say they want to defund Planned Parenthood, what they're really saying is they want to block millions across the country and nearly 50,000 Hoosiers from access to basic health care – cancer screenings, birth control, well-woman exams – that they depend on.
What: Health Access and Privacy Alliance Press Conference
State Senator Karen Tallian
State Representative Linda Lawson
Reba Boyd Wooden, President, Health Access and Privacy Alliance
Dr. Tracey Wilkinson, Physicians for Reproductive Health
Haylee Brannon, Planned Parenthood Patient
When: Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 9 a.m.
Where: Indiana Statehouse, 3rd Floor, South Atrium
200 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Why: To highlight the negative impact on Hoosiers if Planned Parenthood is defunded.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) provides high-quality health care to more than 51,000 men and women each year at our health centers across two states. Our centers are staffed by skilled clinicians and highly trained health care professionals. 93% of our nonprofit’s services are preventive in nature and include Pap tests, breast and testicular cancer screenings, birth control, STD testing and treatment, and annual wellness exams. Through the Sara and Albert Reuben Partners in Health Education initiative, PPINK also provides sexuality and reproductive health education programs, equipping people to make responsible decisions so that families thrive in Indiana and Kentucky.
PPINK’s doors are open to all who need care and we provide our services in a confidential, compassionate and non-judgmental manner. We accept Medicaid and insurance.