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Despite the adversity of last year, PPOSBC remained strong and continued to grow to meet the community’s needs

260,493 Total Medical Visits

193,330 PPOSBC
40,589 Melody Health
26,574 Planned Parenthood Direct


130,660 Unique Patients

99,556 PPOSBC
9,770 Melody Health
21,334 Planned Parenthood Direct


provided in services
to those unable to pay


Online Behavioral
Health Visits

via Melody Health

104% Increase year over year


Planned Parenthood
Direct Visits

Our mobile app that lets users get birth control and UTI treatment delivered to their door

Top Reproductive
Health Care Services

Many patients receive multiple services in a visit

  • 406,863 STI Tests
  • 154,877 Pregnancy Tests
  • 64,465 Emergency Contraception 
  • 48,354 Birth Control
  • 18,839 PAP Test
  • 16,933 Abortion
  • 7,627 Breast Health Exams
  • 7,367 Well-Person Exams/Cervical Cancer Screenings
  • 4,466 HPV Vaccine
  • 2,427 Pregnancy Access Bridge
  • 1,519 Colposcopy/LEEP

Data only includes reproductive health care services, not Planned Parenthood Direct or Primary Care. Other reproductive care services include consultations, early pregnancy loss, IUD and implant removal, birth control refills, biopsy results, blood draw, follow-up appointments, etc.

PPOSBC’s Abortion Aid Program has assisted people who are forced to travel out-of-state for abortion care

Our team of patient navigators have helped them with their logistical needs and provided assistance in booking appointments, transportation arrangements, accommodations and more

Over 450 patients that traveled from 32 different states relied on PPOSBC for abortion care in FY 22/23

Public Affairs

C3 Voter Education Digital Campaign

  • Three month campaign
  • 1.3 Million Impressions
  • English, Spanish, Vietnamese

Capitol Day

  • Tuesday, May 9 in Sacramento
  • 68 PPOSBC Advocates
  • 15 Meetings with Legislators

United for Our Rights Weekend of Action

  • Friday, June 23 in Redlands
  • Saturday, June 24 in Santa Ana in partnership with OC Pride
  • 700+ Total Attendees
  • 67 Total Volunteers
  • 649 Total CAF Sign-Ups
  • 26 Total Guest Speakers
  • 53 OC Pride Parade Marchers

Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)

  • 115,262 Participants received benefits
    • 4.8% Increase!
  • 11,200 Nutrition Classes
  • 6,000 Books to our infants and children through the Books 4 Kids Program
  • This year alone we had a 6% increase in breastfeeding participants. In addition, we received funding to provide a breastfeeding peer counseling program.

Community Education & Outreach

  • 78,139 Youth, parents, and professionals reached through education and outreach efforts
  • Awarded a 5-year Adolescent Sexual Health Education Grant to provide comprehensive sex ed to youth in San Bernardino County
  • Expanded the Equal Voices program
    • A comprehensive sex ed program designed for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Provided 13 High School Peer Ambassadors with 282 hours of educational programming

Staff & Operations

  • 16% increase in Health Center Staffing
  • 536 Total Staff
  • All nine health centers have a 4+ star rating on Yelp
  • 98% of our patients would recommend PPOSBC to their friends and family
  • Average wait time for a patient is 11 minutes

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