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Planned Parenthood Of Greater Washington And North Idaho

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Causes: Family Planning, Health, Reproductive Health Care, Reproductive Rights

Mission: To provide exceptional reproductive and complementary health care services, honest education, and fearless advocacy for all.

Programs: Patient services provides comprehensive and compassionate reproductive health care for women and men through clinic sites in central and eastern washington. Services include low-cost birth control services and supplies, pregnancy testing and options counseling, abortion care, referrals for prenatal care, annual checkups including pap smear, breast and pelvic exams, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, cervical cancer screening and treatment, sterilization referrals, and preventative health education. Approximately 50,400 individuals were served during the year.

education provides information and education to prevent unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. Education is committed to providing high quality, holistic reproductive health and sexuality education in central and eastern washington and north idaho. Education's skilled educators are recognized as experts in the reproductive health field. Programs, workshops, and resources are offered for teachers, schools, parents, youth, and religious, professional, and community groups. Individual consultations are also available. Approximately 2,899 individuals were served during the year.

public affairs advocates for reproductive health care services in settings which preserve and protect the essential privacy and rights of each individual. Public affairs works with national, state and local officials to make sure that reproductive health care is recognized as a basic and essential health care service. Through community and grass roots organizing, public affairs seeks to improve access to family planning services and to ensure the availability of accurate sexuality education in public schools. Events include, but are not limited to, recruiting and training volunteers, organizing visibility events, and sponsoring other activities that affect public policy. Approximately 135,406 individuals were served during the year.

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