2011/ 2012 annual report
The mission of Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette is to provide, promote and protect access to sexual and reproductive health care.
In Review A time of change and forward
momentum for Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette. BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2012-2013 Cara Jacobsen Chair
William Haden Vice Chair
Julia Harper Treasurer
Leslie Howell Secretary
Sona Andrews David Angeli Matthew De Galan William Drummond Maureen Fallt Barbara Fisher Steffeni Mendoza Gray Peter Heuser Mardiça Hicks Katherine McDowell Beverly Pearman Alida Rol Brian Shipley Sita Symonette Lauren Wallace Ann Witsil
PPCW said good-bye to President & CEO David Greenberg after eleven years. During David’s tenure from 2001-2012, PPCW tripled the number of patients served, built a strong education program, pioneered online health services, created two vital public policy organizations in Oregon and Washington, and built new health centers in both states. We are grateful to David for his years of service.
PPCW is undergoing significant changes in an effort to streamline operations and improve patient experience in our health centers. Integrating best practices, databased information, and consultation with a national team of experts, we are at the forefront of innovation among Planned Parenthood affiliates. PPCW also enacted its first union contract, the terms of which demonstrate that we continue to invest in our most valuable asset—our employees.
PPCW’s Education department expanded its Teen Outreach Program (TOP), now in eight schools in Portland and Salem. Nearly 1,500 students are enrolled in one of PPCW’s effective youth development and teen pregnancy prevention programs. Our comprehensive, evidence-based programs make PPCW a leading provider of sex education in Oregon. With the anticipated implementation of major aspects of the Affordable Care Act early in 2014, PPCW is proactively ensuring that we are a go-to provider for sexual and reproductive health services among Oregon’s new Coordinated Care Organizations. In our effort to enhance patient-centered care, we are also preparing to launch the use of Electronic Health Records at our health centers in 2014. State-of-the-art health information technology will lead to improved health outcomes for patients, a goal of the ACA as well as of PPCW.
On June 1, 2013, PPCW welcomes Stacy James as the organization’s sixth President & CEO in fifty years. James is a proven leader who is committed to expanding access to affordable health care and education, and advocating on behalf of women’s health. She comes to us from Planned Parenthood of Montana where she led significant affiliate improvements. PPCW looks forward to continued quality in health care delivery and innovation in our changing world under Stacy’s leadership.
Access. No Matter What. Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette’s 10 health centers provide health care to nearly 60,000 patients each year.
NE Portland Beaverton McMinnville
Salmon Creek Vancouver SE Portland Gresham Clackamas
The vast majority (82%) of our patients are between the ages of 18 – 34.
Planned Parenthood’s health centers provide: • Birth control (a variety of methods) • Emergency contraception • STD testing & treatment • Gynecological exams and Pap tests • Clinical breast exams •C ervical cancer prevention (colposcopy and LEEP procedures) •P regnancy testing and options information, including referrals for prenatal care and adoption services • Medication abortion and in-clinic abortion services • Vasectomy
7% age <18
Education. No Matter What. Our medically accurate, age-appropriate, comprehensive, sex education programs are designed to keep young people safe by giving them the information and skills they need to make healthy decisions. 1,465 teens participated in one of PPCW’s education programs last fiscal year. With their help, we reached 4,049 students through education outreach. Our educators worked in 17 schools across seven school districts in Oregon. Teen Council is a one-year program for high school students that trains young men and women to become peer educators and health advocates. Students are trained to present sexuality information to their peers and other members of their communities. Teen Outreach Program (TOP ® )* is an evidence-based youth development program aimed at reducing teen pregnancy. Implemented in partnership with schools and community organizations, TOP has demonstrated a: • 5 3% reduction in the risk of teen pregnancy or fathering a child** • 52% reduction in the risk of school suspension** • 60% reduction in the risk of course failure**
* This project is supported by Grant Number TP1AH000075 from the Office of Adolescent Health. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Office of Adolescent Health, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, or the Department of Health and Human Services. * *Allen, J.P. & Philliber, S. (2001) “Who Benefits Most from a Broadly Targeted Prevention Program? Differential Efficacy Across Populations in the Teen Outreach Program.” Journal of Community Psychology, 29 (6), 637-655.
1,465 teens participated in one of PPCW’s education programs
Support. No Matter What. July 1, 2011 â€“ June 30, 2012 Financial Summary
Your Support Makes the Difference! Your generosity allows us to care for patients that would otherwise not have access to sexual and reproductive health care. Your continued support helps PPCW to invest in the future of health care to bring the best, high-quality, low-cost health services to our patients. Thank you for helping us fulfill our mission with your ongoing support and generosity.
Patient Services Revenues & Program Fees $16,421,735 (90%) Patient Services & Education Grants & Contracts $1,882,310 (10%) Investments & Other Income $42,384 (<.03%)
$18,346,420 Total PPCW Revenue
EXPENSES Clinical Services $16,210,209 (78.4%) Administration $2,998,446 (14.5%) Development $694,741 (3.3%) Education & Training $477,112 (2.3%) Public Affairs $306,622 (1.5%)
Act. No Matter What. PPCW partners with political organizations Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon and Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest for our public policy work. In Oregon: • Advocated to expand eligibility for Oregon Contraceptive Care (Medicaid coverage for family planning) to allow 20,000 more Oregonians to receive family planning services annually. • Defended family planning funding in the state budget and abortion funding for low-income women through the Oregon Health Plan. • Proactively introduced legislation including a consumerrights bill to stop Crisis Pregnancy Centers from misleading women who seek information about their reproductive options. • Protected PPCW’s Teen Outreach Program from political attacks to ensure all Oregon students receive the education they deserve to help them stay healthy. • Supported 30 endorsed candidates who support women’s health, earning recognition in a cover story in The Nation and coverage on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. • Dispatched field experts to Mississippi and North Dakota to help defeat “personhood” and “religious liberty” ballot measures.
• Challenged ballot title language for Initiative Petition 25, a constitutional amendment to prohibit access to medically necessary abortion coverage for low-income women, which ultimately failed to qualify for the ballot. In Washington: • Helped pass marriage equality. • Blocked a proposed budget cut that would have cut family planning by 93 percent, which would have eliminated almost all of the state-only Department of Health funds for birth control and cancer screenings for women. • Spurred more than 50,000 contacts to legislators by phone, email and in-person visits on the budget during the regular and special session on both the Reproductive Parity Act and the budget. Volunteers contributed more than 3,700 hours of their time and made unceasing efforts to encourage legislators not to compromise on women’s health. • The final budget protected family planning funding and did not contain cuts.
Care. No Matter What. Thank You Donors! We our volunteers! 320 volunteers contributed more than 14,000 volunteer hours, at a value of over $305,000 to PPCW! Want to become a PPCW volunteer? Call 503-775-4931 ext 3306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are grateful to the many generous donors who invest in Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette. Your philanthropy and partnership advances Planned Parenthood as a movement that improves lives and preserves the selfdetermination and well-being that are the right of every human. Together we will create the healthiest generation ever. Thank you! Your charitable giving allows PPCW to expand our services to more patients, improve patient care, and educate thousands of teens each year. Without the support of donors like you, we would not be able to serve those who are most in need in our community. PPCW provides over $2 million of uncompensated care each year, all thanks to donors like you. To find out more about the benefits of giving to Planned Parenthood and the unique impact you can make by supporting our services and work, please contact 503-775-4931 ext. 4. Thank you for your support.
PPCW’s Annual Report is going green! To save money and be more environmentally friendly, we’ve only printed a few paper copies of our Annual Report this year. Instead, we’re asking our supporters to view the report online. This allows us to put more money toward health services for our patients and education programs for the community. PPCW’s 2011-2012 Annual Report can be found online at www.ppcw.org/annualreport. Thank you for your support!
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette 3727 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Portland, Oregon 97212 503.775.4931 www.ppcw.org www.facebook.com/PlannedParenthoodCW www.twitter.com/PPCW For health care and appointments: 1-888-576-PLAN (7526)