INDIANAPOLIS – Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) strives to provide health care that is inclusive and respectful of all genders. Nov. 14-20 is Transgender Awareness Week and is dedicated to raising awareness of issues facing transgender and gender nonconforming people. Nov. 20 is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, dedicated to mourning and honoring transgender and gender nonconforming people who have lost their lives in acts of violence.
PPINK’s doors are open to everyone — regardless of gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation. We believe that all people deserve high-quality, affordable health care and accurate, nonjudgmental sexual health education and information, no matter who they are. We know that when people are truly cared for, they make their lives, their families, and their communities better and healthier.
Our goal is to make every person who comes through our doors feel welcome, comfortable, and supported while providing the best possible care.
At PPINK, we're grateful for the many volunteers, staff, and supporters of all genders and identities who work every day to ensure that people in our communities get the health care, education, and information they need. We condemn acts of violence and intolerance against the transgender community.
This November, on the Transgender Day of Remembrance, and every day of the year, PPINK stands with transgender people. We see you. We care about you. We stand in solidarity with you — no matter what.