Mission: To provide comprehensive reproductive and complementary health care services in settings which preserve and protect essential privacy and rights of each individual. To advocate public policies which guarantee these rights and ensure access to such services. To provide educational programs which enhance understanding of individual and societal implications of human sexuality. To promote research and the advancement of technology in reproductive health care and encourage understanding of their inherent bioethical, behavioral and social implications.
Programs: Contraception program: clinics - expenses incurred in the operation of clinics. The clinics provide family planning medical services, birth control, surgical and medication abortion services, other well-woman gynecological services and vasectomies. Also provided are sti testing and treatment (including hiv) and midlife services. Clinics are located in jacksonville, tallahassee and gainesville.
public affairs: expenses incurred through the public affairs program in coordinating public advocacy activities. This includes educating the community on reproductive rights and health, providing information on political/legislative activity (on local, state, and national levels) pertaining to reproductive issues, and mobilizing community support and action.
education and counseling program: expenses incurred that are related to the activities of the education department, which provides various educational programs in reproductive health. The education department encourages responsible and informed decision making in matters of sex and sexuality. The organization believes that knowledge empowers people to make better choices. The education department provides comprehensive, medically accurate, and age appropriate sex education in a variety of community settings such as schools and youth serving organizations.
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A group dedicated to the health of women and responsible parenting. I have been there many times over for routine screenings, free contraceptives, and the informative and caring staff on site. I started using planned parenthood for these services in my youth and have always felt it was a gift to the community.
I'm more than a little disturbed that this racist organization is considered a charity. Their humble beginnings start with a lady (term used loosely), by the name of Margaret Sanger, a popular proponent of eugenics of the early 20th century whose fan base included Adolph Hitler. Their antics have not changed over time, just their marketing. Have you ever noticed that the abortion mills of planned parenthood are usually in the middle of ethnic parts of town? Shameful.