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We’ve all had them: dates that go terribly, hilariously awry. Let’s commisserate together - while supporting Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon - at our 7th annual Valentine’s benefit, It’s Not Me, It’s You: Stories from the Dark Side of Dating!
Brave local personalities will share mortifying memories about their worst dates for your entertainment...their pain is your gain! You’ll leave either feeling grateful for your current relationship or with the realization that being single isn ...
“Volunteering with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon has been such a powerful and rewarding experience for me. At age 18 I became pregnant unexpectedly and was faced with a tough decision, and Planned Parenthood was there for me no matter what I chose. I went through with my pregnancy and had my daughter at a young age, and I felt supported in this decision. Planned Parenthood has continued to help me with pregnancy prevention throughout my adulthood, and I have ...
Every woman in Oregon should be able to make decisions about whether and when to be a parent based on what’s best for her.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon is working hard to ensure that health insurance — whether paid for by individuals, employers or government funds — covers the full range of reproductive health services: preconception care, contraception, abortion, prenatal care, childbirth and postpartum care.