These maps depict the more than 5,300 federally funded health clinics that provide comprehensive care to vulnerable populations and advertise women’s health services, combined with more than 2,700 pregnancy centers, in comparison to the number of Planned Parenthood centers as of July 2022.
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) receive funds from the HRSA Health Center Program to provide primary care services to vulnerable and underserved populations on a sliding scale. Pregnancy centers are typically privately funded and focused on supporting pregnant women facing difficult circumstances with medical care and referrals, education, mentoring, and material support at virtually no cost to the client. Planned Parenthood meanwhile received over $600 million in government funding in 2019 and focuses on abortion, reaching its highest-ever number of over 350,000 U.S. abortions in 2019 – 96.4% of its pregnancy resolution services reported in its latest service data.
Pregnancy centers and FQHC sites are not dependent on abortion for revenue, and instead offer women real choices and holistic care.
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