Self-Managed Abortion Workshop with WV NOW & Plan C
9/21/22 6:30-7:30 pm EST and 9/22/22 9:00-10:00 am EST
Find more information on this workshop and sign up here
Join Families USA and our reproductive health & abortion partners on September 28th from 3-4 ET for Reproductive Health on the Line: Preparing for 2023, a conversation about how state health advocates can most effectively get more involved in and take action to support efforts that protect and advance reproductive health and abortion policies in 2023. Register here.
Where to get pills online
- Plan C Pills – http://PlanCPills.org/guide
Find a brick-and-mortar clinic*
*Do not rely entirely on Google to find a clinic!
- I Need an A – http://ineedana.org
- Abortion FInder – http://AbortionFinder.org
- National Abortion Federation – http://prochoice.org
Cyber security info
- Digital Defense Fund – http://digitaldefensefund.org/learn
Medical questions during at-home miscarriage/abortion
- Miscarriage and Abortion Hotline – http://MAHotline.org
- Repro Legal Helpline – http://reprolegalhelpline.org
Find an abortion doula
- DOPO Co-op – http://wearedepo.com
Judgement-free all options counseling
- All Options – http://all-options.org
Emotional support during a medication abortion
- Reprocare – http://reprocare.com
Emotional support after your abortion check
Help with practical support (transportation, childcare, etc.)
- Apiary Collective – http://apiarycollective.org/pso-list
Funding for your abortion
- National Network of Abortion Funds – http://abortionfunds.org
- Holler Health Justice – http://hollerhealthjustice.org
- Women’s Health Center of West Virginia Choice Fund – https://abortionfunds.org/fund/wv-free-choice-fund/
Message from National NOW President Christian F. Nunes
We’ve been ready for this. We knew that with the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court, abortion rights were hanging by a thread. Today, that thread—that lifeline—has been cut.
The Supreme Court’s ruling endangers women and pregnant persons with low-incomes, women and pregnant persons of color, women and pregnant persons living in poverty, and women and pregnant persons from disenfranchised communities. Historically, these communities have faced barriers to reproductive health care and have experienced worse health outcomes because of systemic oppressions in the health care system. Sadly, these barriers and this racial trauma continue in our present-day experience. As clinics close and new restrictions that keep quality, affordable reproductive health care are voted into law, the burden of access is exacerbated.
Dozens of states will now pass or enact the “trigger laws” already signed into law to make abortion illegal. These laws have nothing to do with women’s health and everything to do with political power, and control over women’s bodily autonomy.
But this is only the beginning. Extremists who have pushed for decades to undo abortion rights have announced that they are coming after marriage equality next. And we’ve already seen how determined they are to restrict voting rights and to seize control of how elections are administered. Their attempts to seize control over constitutional rights are boundless.
NOW members have always been ready to fight for women’s lives.
We’ve marched, lobbied, organized and worked for feminist candidates at every level. In 2022, we must vote for women’s lives—to keep the feminist majority in the House of Representatives—and elect an abortion rights majority, abortion rights majority in the Senate.
What’s more, we must flip the key governors’ races and state legislative contests that will determine where abortion rights are protected, and where they are taken away.
NOW members will be active wherever grassroots grow—in our communities, through NOW’s state and local chapters, in every election at every level. Please log onto the We Won’t Go Back website to learn how you can take action in your community.