JULY 1, 2012 - JUNE 30, 2013
hello Our first year as Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio has been full of challenges and changes that have made us stronger, smarter, and as sassy as ever! As one unified organization, we have accomplished a great deal for Ohio:
Nearly 60,000 Ohioans turned to us for care this year. Thirty-three teens became Peer Educators, and our health education programs expanded to more than 200 schools and community centers. upon thousands of advocates stood up for › Thousands Planned Parenthood when our services and programs were threatened by new legislation. Care is at the heart of our mission and is intertwined into every interaction with our patients and supporters. Care is inherent in every service we provide for the women, men and young people who trust us every day. I encourage you to take a few moments to explore how Planned Parenthood is preparing to thrive in the new health care landscape. We served nearly 60,000 people in our 20 health center locations last year, and we’re poised to see even more this year. No matter what, we’re here for Ohioans.
greetings As chair of the Board of Trustees, I am continually mindful of the expansive community in which Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio operates. From my fellow board members to our broad community of donors, advocates, and volunteers, we have an amazing network that gives abundantly and works tirelessly to support our mission throughout Ohio. And you are a vital part of that community.
Looking forward, our work in and for the community will continue to be strong and focused. While external pressures continue, we stand with Planned Parenthood and we stand with the women and families who need non-judgmental, confidential health care services. We value our role as ambassadors.
Edgar Avila PERRYSBURG
The road we travel is filled with obstacles. Thanks to the unwavering commitment of our staff, board, and volunteer leaders, Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio will thrive. Our community is counting on us. Sincerely,
Iris Harvey KENT Vice Chair Paul Giorgianni GRANDVIEW Treasurer Jennifer McNally COLUMBUS Secretary
Alexa Sweeney Blackann BOARDMAN Greg Gale ROCKY RIVER Liz Maule Gleason ATHENS Adarsh Krishen, M.D. AKRON Sandra Lopez REYNOLDSBURG Rebecca Nelson COLUMBUS William (Bill) G. Porter II BEXLEY Jan Roller CLEVELAND Lou Stevens SHAKER HEIGHTS
President and CEO
CATHERINE (Katie ) CHATAS NEW ALBANY
Lonni Thompson COLUMBUS Susan Wilkoff CANTON
HEALTH CARE SERVICES PERSONALIZED, QUALITY
In the midst of changes to health care delivery systems and legislation impacting the way we do business, Ohio women can still rely on Planned Parenthood for sound advice and non-judgmental care. Each of our patients receives the personalized, quality care she needs to live her healthiest life. We believe that when people have the care they need, they make their lives – and the lives of their families – better and healthier. And that gets us one step closer to a better, healthier world. TOTAL PATIENTS (unduplicated)
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PRECANCEROUS CERVICAL CONDITIONS STD TESTS HIV SCREENING HPV VACCINES
700 61,387 7,259 364
“My story is not unusual. Many of my friends have dealt with similar issues. Despite our income, geography, or position in life, Planned Parenthood is there for us.” Buxi Iacabone, patient and advocate, Columbus
“I went to Planned Parenthood after my attack because I knew the care I would receive there was coming from family planning professionals who understand women’s bodies and issues. I knew that their care would include protecting my privacy and keeping me in control of my own health care and body, something that can be really important to a survivor of sexual assault.” Audrey Imes, Peninsula
HEALTH EDUCATION & OUTREACH EXCEEDING
This year, 100% of our education and outreach programs exceeded their grant goals, providing more classes, workshops, trainings, presentations, and STI screenings for Ohioans than in previous years. MAKING AN
Researchers from Ohio University’s Department of Social and Public Health evaluated two of the curricula PPGOH uses in classrooms with middle- and high-school students. Their results showed that the teens we reach increase both their knowledge of sexual and reproductive health and their behavioral intentions to avoid risky sexual situations. The results of this study will be published in “Family Science Review,” a national peer-reviewed journal published by the Family Science Association.
8,276 ATTENDEES TO OUTREACH EVENTS 3,304 STUDENTS INVOLVED WITH PEER EDUCATION
11,305 ATTENDEES TO SEX EDUCATION PRESENTATIONS 275 PROFESSIONALS WERE TRAINED
We’ve always known that our patients, advocates, and staff stand with Planned Parenthood, and their dedication on behalf of all Ohio women, men, and teens was integral to our work last year. They shared our passion and conviction that politicians should not interfere with the private health care decisions between a woman and her doctor. We heard from every corner of the state – many of our supporters drove to Columbus to tell their personal stories.
In addition, every major newspaper in Ohio editorialized in favor of protecting women’s health care.
17,000 SIGNED PETITIONS ASKING LEGISLATORS TO STOP RESTRICTING WOMEN’S ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE
“My knowledge has become more powerful now, and I have made better personal decisions, which I am glad about.” Faven Araya, Peer Educator, Columbus
TESTIFIED BEFORE HOUSE AND SENATE COMMITTEES
PUBLISHED LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
200,000 PLACED CALLS AND EMAILS TO ELECTED OFFICIALS
4,062 STI SCREENINGS TOTAL PARTICIPANTS REACHED THROUGH THE HEALTH EDUCATION & OUTREACH INITIATIVES
LOCAL CLERGY LEAD
Across the country we were joined by a growing number of clergy who support reproductive justice and freedom, and they are being led by two of our Ohio supporters. Rev. Martha (Missy) Shiverick of Shaker Heights was elected chair of the Clergy Advocacy Board for PPFA, and Rabbi Jon Adland of Canton was elected vice-chair. Together they bring an interdenominational faith perspective to the fight for women’s rights to make their own health care decisions – including the right to end a pregnancy.
REGIONAL EVENTS SUPPORT STATEWIDE
Our donors and volunteers opened up their homes, chaired special events, and hosted gatherings to share the PPGOH mission with their friends and neighbors. All over Ohio, supporters of the Planned Parenthood mission gathered to celebrate, talk, explore, and raise funds for health care and health education programs. Overall, there were 10 special events that raised nearly $300,000. We’re grateful for the collective effort that makes our events successful, and we’re thankful for the individual gifts our donors make every day. In the 2013 fiscal year, more than 5,000 donors supported the mission of Planned Parenthood through gifts totaling $3,846,979.
“Planned Parenthood. It’s a name brand that generations of women have counted on for trusted, reliable, accurate, and up-to-date women’s health care. It’s the name mothers pass on to their daughters when they’re giving health care advice. It’s the name friends share when they need birth control or have reproductive health issues. I support Planned Parenthood so it will be there for the next generation.” Ellen Schermer, Shaker Heights
Contributions from individuals, foundations, private grants, bequests, and federated campaigns
Government grants for medical care and health education services
Patient self-pay fees and out-of-pocket payments
Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance payments
Government and Community Relations
Other revenue, including research contracts and miscellaneous income
Health Education and Outreach
Management and General Total Expenses
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS BEFORE INVESTMENT ACTIVITY ($65,466)
â€œPlanned Parenthood does vital work to advance the health of women who might otherwise have no access to care. Their commitment to the health of women will not waver. Planned Parenthood and its many supporters have been, and must remain, an effective voice for the women who need these services.â€? David T. Abbott, Executive Director, The George Gund Foundation
ABOUT US The Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio service area spans 68 counties and has 20 health center locations to serve Ohio with quality, affordable, non-judgmental reproductive health care. Care is more than just a service we provide; itâ€™s the way we interact with the women, men, and young people who rely on us every day.
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Toledo Health Center Lorain Health Center Rocky River Health Center Cleveland Health Center Old Brooklyn Health Center Bedford Heights Health Center and Surgery Center Medina Health Center Akron Health Center Kent Health Center Cortland Health Center Youngstown Health Center Canton Health Center Wooster Health Center Mansfield Health Center Delaware Health Center North Columbus Health Center East Columbus Health Center Franklinton Health Center Circleville Health Center Athens Health Center
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Published on Jan 13, 2014
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