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This evening we are hosting a Tweet Storm in collaboration with our partners, Homeless Voices for Justice (HVJ), about their proposed bill LD 1294—the “Dignity Pilot”. Our partnership with HVJ is the result of MFP’s investment in working to advance reproductive justice in our state, which requires a focus on current economic injustices and the … Continue reading Fight for #Dignity4All

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It’s National Nurses Week! That means it’s time to celebrate the compassionate, dedicated, and expert nurse practitioners who work at Maine Family Planning’s 18 clinics statewide. Our NPs are the backbone of our health care organization. They provide birth control, wellness exams, STD testing and treatment, cancer screenings, HIV prophylaxis, and some aspects of abortion … Continue reading Celebrating MFP’s Dedicated Nurse Practitioners

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On Wednesday, May 1, the legislature’s Committee On Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services (HCIFS) will hold a hearing on LD 1261, a bill that would end Maine’s outdated law preventing qualified and trained nurse practitioners and other advanced practice clinicians (APCs) from providing abortion care. Maine Family Planning supports this bill, along with our … Continue reading Ending Maine’s Outdated Abortion Ban Is Just Common Sense

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LD 820, An Act To Prevent Discrimination in Public and Private Insurance Coverage for Pregnant Women in Maine, was passed out of the legislature’s Health Coverage, Insurance and Financial Services Committee this week. That’s great news! Thank you to everyone who showed up at the state house for the hearing or contacted the committee about this … Continue reading Maine Moves Closer to Equitable Abortion Access

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For 40 days in March and April, anti-abortion protesters were outside Maine Family Planning’s clinic in Augusta, peddling lies and propaganda. During this time, our patients and providers were forced daily to drive by gruesome, misleading signs, just to get to work or medical appointments. The picketers, while small in number, seemed emboldened this year. … Continue reading 40 Facts for 40 Days: Fighting Fear With Facts

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Maine Family Planning is a proud organizational member of the Maine Coalition for Sensible Drug Policy, and today we will be delivering the below testimony in support of LD 949, An Act to Prevent Overdose Deaths, sponsored by Representative Mike Sylvester of Portland. Over the past few years, MFP has been seeking out points of … Continue reading We Have To Keep Our People Alive: Supporting Overdose Prevention Sites Aligns With MFP Values

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One of the topics MFP’s Prevention Program covers in its comprehensive sexuality education curriculum is healthy relationships. Patients also confidentially discuss their relationships with MFP clinicians during regular wellness visits. How do you know if you’re in a healthy relationship? Ask yourself some questions: Does my partner respect my choices? Does my partner support my … Continue reading How to Know If You’re in a Healthy Relationship

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Have you been watching — and loving — Shrill, Hulu’s new comedy series adapted from Lindy West’s book, Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman? We have! One episode raised questions about the effectiveness of emergency contraception for folks above a certain weight or BMI. Does the morning-after pill have a weight limit? We asked Evelyn Kieltyka, MFP’s … Continue reading What’s Up With Emergency Contraception & Your Weight?

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We the undersigned represent organizations with memberships and constituents in all corners of the state that strongly oppose LD 871:  An Act To Establish the Crime of Endangering the Welfare of a Child by Transferring Illegal Drugs through Breast Milk. At a time when no Maine community is untouched by tragic losses stemming from chaotic … Continue reading Care, Not Criminalization: Open Letter Opposing LD 871

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At Maine Family Planning, we believe your access to abortion care should not depend on how much money you make, where you live or who provides your health insurance. Your decisions about pregnancy are yours to make — not politicians or insurance companies. That’s why we stand with our allies in supporting LD 820, An … Continue reading Sign On To Support Equitable Abortion Access With LD 820

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Today is International Women’s Day. And that makes it not just a good day to celebrate women, but also to recognize our ongoing struggle for equality, bodily autonomy — and sometimes, just basic respect. So today, we honor all those who have come before us in the fight for equal rights, while also recognizing we […]

We’re proud to be members of the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce. And that’s why we’re so excited & honored to have been chosen as this week’s “Business of the Week.” Thank you to the chamber’s leadership and all our fellow members for their support, and hard work across our region — and thank you […]

Mother Nature isn’t quite done with us yet. And so, with the severe winter storm’s expected arrival overnight, all our local health centers & administrative offices will be closed tomorrow, Friday, March 2. Please be safe out there, South Central New York. And thank you to our local highway departments, first responders and public officials […]

We're incredibly proud to be a co-sponsor of Saturday’s Women's March 2018 Binghamton.

Puberty is an incredible time of growth, change, and challenges — and helping young people navigate this unfamiliar landscape sets them up to enter adolescence with confidence and knowledge. Most elementary schools in Maine do not have designated health teachers, so the responsibility of teaching puberty — if it happens at all — often falls … Continue reading Who’s Teaching Puberty in Maine?

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Family Planning of South Central New York applauds the New York State Legislature’s passage of both the Reproductive Health Act and the Comprehensive Contraception Coverage Act. These two important pieces of legislation safeguard access to abortion care and contraception throughout the state, shielding New York residents from the dangerous effects of ongoing federal efforts to […]

The holiday season is in full swing. And that means Family Planning’s medical centers will now shift into their end-of-the-year schedules. All five local centers will be closed on: Christmas Eve – Monday, Dec. 24 Christmas Day – Tuesday, Dec. 25 New Year’s Day – Tuesday, Jan. 1 Additionally, our Norwich medical center will also […]

Today, when it comes to knowing your HIV status, testing has never been quicker and easier. And now, for the next several days, at Family Planning of South Central New York -- it will also be free.

Did you know that here in New York State, residents ages 40-64 qualify for free breast cancer screenings? Yep, it’s true! But, sometimes it can be hard to find the right time & place for an exam. Enter: The Lourdes Hospital Mammovan. The hospital mobile 3D mammography unit is teaming up with Family Planning of […]

Maine Senator Susan Collins (R) met Tuesday with Donald Trump’s supremely unpopular Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh’s record and judicial philosophy, which Maine Family Planning helped parse for this Suit Up Maine report released last week, indicate extreme hostility toward reproductive rights in general and abortion access in particular. This is troubling enough, … Continue reading On Collins, Kavanaugh, and Abortion Access

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PrEP is for people who do not have HIV but remain at risk for getting the infection from sex or injectable drug use, such as an HIV negative person with an HIV positive partner.