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PPNNE offers resources for patients and community partners in 11 languages including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Swahili, Nepali, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Russian, Somali, and English.  

About Planned Parenthood of Northern New England: This handout has info on PPNNE’s healthcare services, visit interpretation & patient rights, cost, and how to make an appointment for your sexual and reproductive healthcare needs. Download in all languages here

"Safer Sex for Every Body" Referral Form: The “Safer Sex for Every Body” referral form is a resource for community providers to use with their patients and clients when discussing sexual health and making referrals to care.  Learn more and download here

Chatea/Textea, A Bilingual Sexual Health Resource For Young Latinx People: Chatea/Textea connects young people, via instant message or text, to trained health educators who can answer their questions in Spanish and English and provide critical sexual health information. Chatea/Textea was created by and for Latinx youth who are bilingual. While Chatea/Textea is not meant to replace an appointment with a health care provider, it does help ease the burden of language barriers, diminish the anxiety of speaking to a doctor, and empowers those who use it to make the best decisions for their sexual and reproductive health.  Users can chat from the Planned Parenthood website here or text “AHORA” to 774636 to get answers about pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, STIs, and abortion. 

Additional Resources: 

  •  Your Birth Control Choices Fact Sheet: Available in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Hindi, and French. Download from the Reproductive Health Access Project here.
  • Early Abortion Options: Available in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, and Hindi. Download from the Reproductive Health Access Project here
  •  Safer Sex 101 for HIV: Available in English and Spanish. Download from the CDC here.