I dealt first hand with planned parenthood when my youngest sister became pregnant. She HAD family for a resource--we were here. but we had no idea what to do.. what her rights were.. what ours were. Where to go.
Planned Parenthood had protestors everywhere when we walked up to it, making us feel filthy for going in. But the women were nice that greeted us. My baby sister was told what her rights were, and what her parent's rights were as well. She was NOT encouraged to get an abortion--she was actually discouraged from it during the counseling session. They asked her what she felt about the child--what she wanted to do with it--and figured out the root source of her confusion. When they realized her confusion was more "What do I do now?" than "Am I keeping this?", they gave her ONE pamphlet on abortion that talked about some of the downsides of it, as well as how the procedure works and testimonials.. but several pamphlets on parenting, resources for younger girls, legal rights and issues, etc.
It was a fantastic resource for us, even though we didn't go there intending to get an abortion. To de-fund it to me seems absurd. There are plenty of things needlessly eating at the budget now.. picking on essentials is just dumb.