Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest has been promoting comprehensive reproductive health education among immigrant communities in Riverside County and Imperial Valley with the help of Promotor@s for more than 20 years, with tremendous results.
We recently launched an app that will allow you to purchase a mail-in STD test kit called Planned Parenthood Direct.
I am so excited to share that our first health center in the Imperial Valley has opened! Finally opening our doors is a tremendous victory for the women and families in this region. Not to mention, it is a huge advancement in our mission: to provide the community with the reproductive health care they want and need.
Our volunteers come from all over our three-county region. Some work full-time, some are retired. Their duties are all different and most are ever changing. The one thing these amazing people have in common is: They love the Planned Parenthood mission. So much so that they are willing to work on their downtime to support it.
When I set out to work for Planned Parenthood, I had one intention: To make a positive impact in the lives of others. In other words, to be a trailblazer in my own right.
One thing that has become clear to me is that the staff, donors, volunteers, etc. who make this organization possible are all here for the same reason. We are truly dedicated to providing access to and advocating for reproductive health care.
While attending temple services, Wall Street Journal reporter and author Jonathan Eig heard something that piqued his curiosity. His rabbi said that the birth control pill was the single most important invention of the 21st Century.
Is your smartphone basically your mobile computer? If so, you’re going to be very excited about our recent technology updates because they were created with smartphone and tablet enthusiasts in mind.
The board of directors of Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (PUUF) in Vista selected Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest as the recipient of their plate share for the fourth quarter of 2014.
Planned Parenthood health center staff will gain advanced training to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault thanks to a new grant with the leading domestic violence organization in San Diego. The grant also funds an advocate to help victims at any of our health care centers in San Diego County.