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Join us in gearing up to fight even harder for women’s health and rights — right now, and for the next two years. Here are seven ways you can take action today.

Hold Congress Accountable

Help us hold members of the “lame duck” Congress accountable for heeding the message sent by women voters in this election. Tweet at members of Congress from both parties and tell them to act on four commonsense policies to support women’s access to health care:

  1. Fund comprehensive sex education.
  2. Fund family planning and cancer screenings for low-income women.
  3. Provide no-copay birth control to all military personnel.
  4. Provide equitable abortion coverage for Peace Corps volunteers.

Support Your Local

Planned Parenthood

Advocacy and Political Group

If you want to take action in-person, find your local Planned Parenthood advocacy or political group. From there, get on your local group’s e-mail list.

Are You a Student?

Join or Start 'Generation Action'

on Your Campus

Young activists organize Planned Parenthood Generation Action Network events on their campuses. You can mobilize advocates for reproductive freedom and educate young people about sexual health by joining a Generation Action group at your school.  If you want to start a group yourself, contact the Youth Organizing Team!

Volunteer at Your

Planned Parenthood Health Center

Check out the volunteer opportunities at your area health center. Volunteering can include escorting patients outside health centers with hostile protesters, community outreach, and providing sexual health education at one of Planned Parenthood’s approximately 700 affiliate health centers.

Share Your Story

How has Planned Parenthood been there for you? Has Planned Parenthood provided you with health care, education, or advocacy opportunities at some point in your life? If so, share your story.

Enroll for Health Insurance

And Tell Others to Do It!

Thanks to Obamacare's preventive health benefits, more than 48 million women can already benefit from access to fully covered women's health services — but many more women, men, and families are eligible to enroll. Good news: Enrollment for health insurance under Obamacare is open through Feb. 15, 2015.

Learn what to consider in choosing a health plan, how to get help paying for it, and where to sign up at PlannedParenthoodHealthInsuranceFacts.org (English) and PlannedParenthoodAsegurate.org (Spanish). Remember, if you don’t have health insurance and you fail to sign up by February 2015, you will likely have to pay a fine.

Find Your Community Online

The most immediate way to get plugged into the fight for women's health and rights is to sign up for our emails and follow us online on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. Our social media properties give you breaking news, opportunities to take action, and a space to share your voice.  

We also have advocacy groups for specific communities. Join one that you identify with:

Tags: Republicans for Planned Parenthood, PP Black Community, Latinos for Planned Parenthood, Clergy, Generation Action, Take Action, Get Involved, Volunteers

Is Abortion Still Legal in My State?

Learn about abortion access changes in your state.

Get the Facts

Planned Parenthood Action Fund Will NEVER Back Down

Know this: our right to abortion is not debatable. We will rebuild and reclaim the freedom that is ours.


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