WASHINGTON – Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden, D-Ore., today spoke on the Senate floor before an expected vote to remove federal funding for Planned Parenthood, an organization that provides many vital women’s health services.
OPINION -- Did you know that half of all sexually active young people in the United States will contract a sexually transmitted disease by the time they’re 25 — and that most won’t even know it? Or that young people account for a quarter of new HIV infections each year?
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette has been serving the reproductive health care needs for people in Oregon and SW Washington since 1963. We are advocates of education and provide medically accurate, age-appropriate sexual health education to young people to help them make informed and empowered decisions about their health and future.
PPCW is planning to open a new health center in Milwaukie, Oregon in summer 2015. Clackamas County has a substantial need for affordable health care and this new health center will allow us to provide critically-needed health services to as many as 7,000 residents.
More men would be able to take one for the team and undergo a vasectomy if a bill backed by Planned Parenthood, allowing nurse practitioners to perform the procedure, becomes law.
Are you one of the 380,000 Oregon women who are already eligible to benefit from no-copay women’s preventive care like birth control and cancer screenings, among many other benefits, thanks to the Affordable Care Act?
PORTLAND – As part of a national effort this month to spotlight the Affordable Care Act’s many benefits for women and encourage eligible women to enroll, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette is holding an Open House & Enrollment Fair on January 24th at its Regional Service Center in Portlan
April 27, 2012—Komen’s decision to defund Planned Parenthood at the national level did not financially affect Planned Parenthood of the Columbia-Willamette, but its CEO, David Greenberg, thinks there will be some long-term impacts nonetheless.
The Oregon and Southwest Washington local affiliate has received many inquiries regarding Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s national decision to change its granting guidelines and performance criteria. Specifically, the effect these changes will have on Planned Parenthood and other Komen grantees. Komen Oregon is opposed to the new national Komen community grant eligibility policy.