Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey

About Us Health Services Locations Education Advocacy Support Us Volunteer Global Partners Employment Donate

Links

Planned Parenthood Sites

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of New Jersey [www.plannedparenthood.org] Planned Parenthood Affiliates of New Jersey is out statewide public affairs office. Its role is to enhance our ability to protect reproductive freedom, and to insure access to reproductive health care to all New Jerseyans, regardless of individual circumstance.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America [www.plannedparenthood.org] PPFA is the world's oldest and largest voluntary family planning organization. We believe that everyone has the right to choose when or whether to have a child -- and that every child should be wanted and loved.

Save Roe [www.saveroe.com]

Cover My Pills [www.covermypills.org]

March on Washington [www.marchforchoice.org]

Teenwire [www.teenwire.org] This site, run by Planned Parenthood, offers up-front information for teens on sexuality, contraception, and relationships, as well as expert advice on personal questions
 

Research & Resources

The Alan Guttmacher Institute [www.agi-usa.org] The Institute, whose goal is to protect reproductive choices through research and public education, provides the latest research on contraceptive use, abortion, pregnancy, sexual behavior, public policy, and all other aspects of reproductive health.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) [www.aclu.org] The ACLU site features an extensive Reproductive Rights section, which contains numerous fact sheets, position papers, and legislative and judicial updates.

Center for Reproductive Law and Policy [www.crlp.org] As an independent, non-profit legal organization dedicated to ensuring reproductive rights, the CRLP site offers access to fact sheets, books, reports, articles, and other publications, as well as information on different aspects of contraception, such as insurance coverage of contraception, emergency contraception, and international contraception statistics.

Kaiser Family Foundation [www.kff.org] This foundation strives to provide an independent voice and source of facts for policymakers, the health care industry and the general public. Find fact sheets, surveys and updates on a wide range of health issues, including an extensive reproductive health section.

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice [www.rcrc.org] The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice works to ensure reproductive choice through the moral power of religious communities. The Coalition seeks to give clear voice to the reproductive issues of people of color, those living in the poverty, and other underserved populations.

Medical Students for Choice [www.ms4c.org] Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) is dedicated to ensuring that women receive the full range of reproductive healthcare choices. As medical students, they work to make reproductive health care, including abortion, a part of standard medical education and residency training.

 

Sex Education

The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists [www.aasect.org] AASECT promotes sexual health through education and counseling. The site features articles about sex education in schools and different approaches to preventing teen pregnancy.

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) [www.siecus.org] A nonprofit organization that provides information, promotes comprehensive sex education, and advocates for every person's right to make responsible sexual choices, SIECUS provides access to fact sheets and other publications, as well as information for parents at their website.

 

Teen Issues

Teenwire [www.teenwire.org] This site, run by Planned Parenthood, offers up-front information for teens on sexuality, contraception, and relationships, as well as expert advice on personal questions

I Wanna Know [www.iwannaknow.org] The American Social Health Association provides this site, featuring a chat room, information on STDs, and Frequently Asked Questions.

Sex Etc. [www.sexetc.org] Sex Etc. is an award winning online newsletter and website produced by teens for teens. The site answers questions about love, sex, abstinence, contraception, AIDS, STDs, drugs, drinking, and violence, just to name a few. There are also plenty of places to register your opinion and ask questions, as well as links to other sites on the web.

Advocates for Youth [www.advocatesforyouth.org] With the goal of helping young people make informed and responsible decisions, the Advocates for Youth site contains information on their teenage pregnancy prevention program, the My Voice Counts campaign, and access to journal articles, fact sheets, and speeches.

National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy [www.teenpregnancy.org] The Campaign aims to reduce teen pregnancy through awareness, including an extensive website that features fact sheets, statistics, publications, the latest teen pregnancy updates, and much more.