Okay, this may be a really dumb question. Obviously, I'm not a fan of Planned Parenthood and am suspicious of their motives overall. However, I know a lot of low-income women go there for basic *actual* healthcare things like yearly exams, probably because they are so well-known and are easy to find. I know that is why a lot of my friends support PP. But, is there any type of national organization like Planned Parenthood that provides healthcare to low-income women and/or men? And I don't mean the Lifecare centers that I assume just deal with pregnancy (or do they?) But more like a clinic.
I just think about those who fight for PP saying "it's not just about abortions! Think of the women they help!" And, yes, I can get on board with helping women and promoting healthcare for them, but I want to tell them there are better places to support with the mission of women's healthcare...I just don't know of any, or at least not any with the same national recognition as PP.