Planned Parenthood of Maryland, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews 211
Civil Rights, Health, Reproductive Rights
330 N Howard Street Baltimore MD 21201 USA
The mission of Planned Parenthood of Maryland (PPM) is to enable all Marylanders to have access to a wide range of high quality affordable reproductive health care services. By providing medical services, education, training, and advocacy, PPM seeks to help individuals make informed decisions about their reproductive health, family planning options, and sexuality.
We currently operate eight health centers across the State of Maryland, serving almost 17,500 unduplicated clients per year. We also offer educational programming for parents and teens, and training for professionals. We advocate for a woman's right to chose and equal access to reproductive health services for all.
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LEARNING EXPERIENCE THAT ASSISTED TOWARDS MY PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ONE OF THE GREATEST INITIATIVES TOWARDS THE EUGENICS MISSION KUDOS TO - MARGARET SINGER
Planned Parenthood is an amazing organization. As a teenager, I found myself scared and uninformed on my reproductive health options. A teen crisis hotline referred me to Planned Parenthood. Within a day I was able to talk to doctors and nurses about my personal health care and my options. I was provided free screenings and exams, as well as educational materials and birth control. The staff has always been respectful, caring, confidential, and never judgmental. Planned Parenthood is an integral part of the community and I would love to see better funding towards it so that both uninsured men and women can continue to receive affordable screenings, treatments, and contraceptive options.
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