Planned Parenthood
North Dakota Advocate

Founded in 1992, the Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund is an  independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. As the advocacy and political arm of PPMNS, we mobilize supporters of all parties to defend and increase access to family planning services and fact based, medically accurate sexuality education.

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Planned Parenthood patients and supporters from North Dakota have shared their stories about how their lives have been changed for the better — sometimes even saved — by a visit to a Planned Parenthood health center.

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Planned Parenthood: Essential to the Success of Minnesota’s Health Care Safety Net

Planned Parenthood plays an indispensible role in providing family planning care in Minnesota. It would be impossible for other health care providers, like community health centers, to absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients and provide them with same level of high-quality reproductive health care.


March 14, 2017

Ways to Get Involved: March

Don’t let your energy fade! Put your passion into action. There’s still work to do! Join us for these fun, empowering, rewarding activities throughout the month of March.

March 9, 2017

US House Introduces Bill to Repeal ACA and Block Medicaid Patients From Coming to Planned Parenthood

“For the vast majority of people in this country, Planned Parenthood is the solution, not the problem. One in five women in America has relied on Planned Parenthood, and their health care shouldn't get caught up in congressional Republicans' extreme agenda. This proposal would deny millions of women – including thousands here in our region – access to cancer screenings, birth control, and STD testing and treatment.”     

March 7, 2017