address: 3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
phone: (734) 926-4800
web address:

Mission Statement
To insure full access to reproductive health care through medical services, education and advocacy with services and programs available to all people regardless of race, age, gender, marital status, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.

What We Do
At Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan (PPMSM), we believe that prevention is the key to a healthy life. That’s why more than 97 percent of our services are preventive. We also believe that everyone should have access to essential, preventive, reproductive health care. We offer services on a sliding-fee scale based on the patient’s ability to pay.

PPMSM helps build healthy communities by providing medically-accurate information and innovative programming around sexual health. We replace fear with facts, and misinformation with education. We’re here for moms and dads who might be uncertain about - or just don’t’ know - how to talk to their teens about sex. And we’re here for schools and teens who need comprehensive sex education programs that teach both abstinence and pregnancy prevention. We advocate for policies that support reproductive health of the communities we serve.

Working closely with Planned Parenthood Affiliates of Michigan, Planned Parenthood’s statewide public policy and organizing body, PPMSM engages the community in advocacy around broad issues that affect access to and the provision of affordable reproductive health care.

Fast Facts
PPMSM serves 31 Michigan counties that are home to 83 percent of the state’s population. Our 17 health centers are in Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor West, Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, Brighton, Burton, Detroit, Ferndale, Flint, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Livonia, Owosso, Saginaw, Warren, and Ypsilanti.

Statistics for 2011
68,635 Total number of patients
153,916 Total number of patient visits
215,805 Cycles of birth control
58,166 Tests of sexually transmitted diseases
22,793 Pregnancy testing and options counseling
17,376 Breast exams
14,641 Pap tests
6,760 HIV testing and counseling
2,136 Prenatal visits
950 Procedures to identity and treat pre-cancerous conditions of the cervix
104 Vasectomy patents
19,086 youth, young adults, parents, teachers & professionals who received health education

We receive funding through private donations, foundation grants, Title X (a federally funded family planning program for low income patients) and through special events such as Arts du Jour. We accept most forms of insurance, including Medicaid. We offer services on a sliding-fee scale based on the patient’s ability to pay.