It's up to us to keep fighting to protect Planned Parenthood health centers, so they can continue to serve the people who rely on them — people who come from communities that need our continued support in this new reality — immigrants, people of color, the LGBTQ community, people of faith, and more. It's up to us to stand strong. It's up to us to make sure that Planned Parenthood health centers will be there wherever and whenever they are needed, no matter what.
The work to protect Planned Parenthood patients’ access to care starts today. Your support helps so much. Planned Parenthood health centers are open, and they are continuing to deliver vital reproductive health care — like birth control, cancer screenings, and STI testing and treatment.
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5. Make an Appointment
Need birth control? A well-woman exam? STD tests? You can show your support by making your next reproductive health care appointment at Planned Parenthood.
6. Share Your Story
Sharing your story is a critical way to help show your community that Planned Parenthood matters. They help us fundraise and work to protect health care and reproductive rights. If you are a patient and/or supporter, contact us and we will get in touch with more information and to set up a time to talk.
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8. Speak Out
Planned Parenthood’s patients are from all walks of life, and they all deserve access to health care in a safe and welcoming place. Wherever you are — online or IRL — show that you believe every single person is deserving of respect, dignity, and equal rights under the law--no matter what.