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Jun 23

The Physician Matching Project

Clinicians who provide abortion care often do not work in the areas where the need is greatest. This work can be difficult, no matter where you live. But it is hardest on those who live in areas where the laws aren’t supportive, where no one speaks about abortion openly, and where abortion is highly stigmatized.…

Jun 16

Focus on a Provider: Honor MacNaughton

Honor MacNaughton is near and dear to RHAP. She was our first Reproductive Health and Advocacy Fellow from 2007-2008. She still works closely with RHAP. She is currently on the board of directors and is a Reproductive Health Access Network Regional Cluster leader for Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. She is a family medicine physician and…

Jun 09

Spotlight on a donor: Sterling Franklin

Sterling Franklin was one of RHAP’s very first supporters. As a lawyer and trustee of the Morris F. Smith Foundation, Sterling has dedicated his career to improving access to reproductive health care. Sterling was introduced to RHAP in 2005 at a house party in Pasadena, California. He immediately connected with RHAP’s message of integrating abortion…

Jun 02

10th Anniversary: Save the Date

Mark your calendar! Saturday, September 26, 2015 the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is hosting “V to Shining V,” a night of comedy, music, and activism in New York City in celebration of our 10-year anniversary. RHAP is partnering with Lady Parts Justice to produce this amazing event. Lady Parts Justice is a “rapid response reproductive…

May 11

Looking Back at Ten Years of RHAP

This year RHAP celebrates ten years of expanding access to abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care throughout the United States. To highlight our growth and accomplishments over those ten years we’ve created the timeline below. Click on the arrow to the right the follow the Reproductive Health Access Project’s progress from 2005 to 2015!

Apr 21

Developing Physician Advocates

RHAP’s Reproductive Health and Advocacy Fellowship aims to develop clinical leaders who will promote and teach full-spectrum women’s reproductive healthcare within family medicine. One of the way they develop these skills is through regional and national advocacy. Our Fellow, Zahra Virani, MD was recently part of a group of physicians who traveled to Washington, DC as…

Apr 14

Apply Now for the Miscarriage Care Initiative

Applications are now being accepted for our 2015-2016 Miscarriage Care Initiative. The Miscarriage Care Initiative expands access to evidence-based, patient-centered miscarriage care in primary care settings. Grantees will receive intensive support from RHAP to integrate and expand miscarriage treatment in their primary practice. Grantees become a part of a learning collaborative and receive clinical training,…