OK, so you're pregnant. (Remember when you first found out...). What usually comes next is a gut (or "heart") reaction-- "Oh, no!" or "Yes!" Or sometimes it's more about "how" -- "How am I going to deal with this?" "How will __________ react to this news?" Or, "What if..." and you think about your goals, your situation, your relationship with partner or family.
Abortion Clinics OnLine (ACOL) is a directory service comprised of websites of over 400 providers of abortion services and other reproductive healthcare services. They may be private physician's offices, state licensed clinics, private clinics, or hospital abortion services. Abortion clinics listed are in 40 states, as well as Australia and other international countries.
The National Coalition of Abortion Providers represents the political, professional and networking needs of independent abortion providers across the country. Approximately 43% of women in the United States will have an abortion in their lifetime with independent providers performing close to 85% of those abortions.
Legal Abortion hangs by a razor-thin 5-4 margin in the U.S. Supreme Court. The possible retirement of 2 Justices could allow anti-abortion President Bush to pack the Court with anti-abortion Justices who would vote to overturn Roe VÕ Wade, relegating women to back alley abortions.
This is a site for parents who have made the decision to end a much-wanted pregnancy due to severe or lethal birth defects. As we reach out to those parents and get more publicity, we are also getting a lot of site visitors who have not been through this tragedy.
This site is dedicated to women sharing personal stories of pregnancy loss, parents who are having to live through the loss of a wanted child, ectopic pregnancy, still birth, termination of pregnancy due to birth defects or fetal indications, miscarriage, neonatal death as well as infant death.
The Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) is a nonprofit organization focused on sexual and reproductive health research, policy analysis and public education.
The Reproductive Health Leadership Project was recently launched to help educate, activate, and expand the traditional base of support for the pro-choice movement.
The Center for Reproductive Rights is a non-profit legal advocacy organization dedicated to promoting and defending women's reproductive rights worldwide. www.prochoicereader.com Your guide to books on a variety of reproductive health issues, politics, abortion provider's references, and research information.
Mifeprex is the first Food and Drug Administration approved pill-providing women with a safe and effective non-surgical option for ending early pregnancy.
When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Mifepristone, the early option pill, for early abortion in September 2000, it was a historic milestone for American women and for all involved in the provision of abortion care.
Back Up Your Birth Control unites more than 100 national and local medical organizations and womenÕs health advocacy groups to promote awareness of emergency contraception. This campaign is being coordinated by the non-profit Reproductive Health Technologies Project.
Abortion funds are community-based organizations, often run by volunteers, who help women and girls who want to terminate a pregnancy but cannot afford the cost of a safe, legal abortion. You can view a map of the US to see if there is a fund in your area.
Access is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women receive abortion services and will help with funding, transportation, housing, and childcare. Referrals for healthcare including HIV testing and pre-natal care.