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Dec 05

End of Year- Mobilizing Clinicians for Change

Will you help us expand our Network of pro-choice clinicians? The incoming presidential administration poses serious threats to reproductive health and rights. Help us expand our Network to help reach pro-choice clinicians in isolated parts of the country, and in turn they will advocate, teach, and provide abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care so that everyone…

Nov 28

#GivingTuesday

This year, the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is proud to be participating in the fifth annual #GivingTuesday! #GivingTuesday is a campaign to create a national day of giving at the start of the holiday season. It celebrates and encourages charitable activities that support nonprofit organizations like ours. #GivingTuesday takes place on November 29th, the…

Nov 21

Shop For Your Holiday Gifts on Amazon Smile

Supporting RHAP has never been easier. When you shop online at Amazon, connect through Amazon Smile at smile.amazon.com, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to the Reproductive Health Access Project. You’ll find the same low prices, selection, and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus of expanding access to…

Nov 14

World Vasectomy Day

November 18th is the fourth annual World Vasectomy Day, dedicated to broadening the conversation about family planning and raising awareness of procedure-based birth control. It’s also a day when many men and trans women can get free counseling on birth control and discounted procedures. A vasectomy is a surgical form of contraception that involves cutting…

Nov 07

Reflections on the NLNI Fall 2016 Meeting

Laura Riker, RHAP Program Manager Naomi (RHAP’s Operations Associate) and I were able to attend the New Leadership Network Initiative (NLNI), a project of CLPP, a reproductive-justice focused organization. Reproductive justice holds that everyone should have the social, political, and economic power and resources to make their own decisions about their gender, bodies, and sexuality…

Nov 01

Welcome to RHAP: Rosanna Montilla-Payano

In October we welcomed Rosanna Montilla-Payano, RHAP’s Development Officer, as the newest member of the RHAP team. Rosanna’s passion for social justice, in particular issues of health care, education, women’s rights, and philanthropy make her an excellent match for our growing organization. Prior to joining the Reproductive Health Access Project, Rosanna worked as a Development…

Oct 28

New Miscarriage Care Materials

We just released three new miscarriage care fact sheets that provide in depth information on the different treatment options available to patients experiencing a miscarriage. These miscarriage treatment options are listed below and the fact sheets are available for free download on our website. The Miscarriage Treatment: Medication sheet outlines the procedures, safety concerns, and…

Oct 24

Network Update: We’re headed out West!

There’s a lot happening this fall with the Reproductive Health Access Network! In addition to the fall gatherings of our current Clusters, we’re also hosting two regional and one national gathering. Coming up the second weekend of October is our Network meeting at Family Medicine Midwest in Indiana, co-hosted by the Midwest Access Project (MAP). A…

Oct 18

Honoring Dr. Linda Prine

This fall our medical director Dr. Linda Prine is receiving two major awards that recognize her achievements as a teacher, mentor, and advocate. On October 31st the Community Health Center Association of New York State will honor Dr. Prine with the Catherine Abate Memorial Award. Catherine Abate, like Linda Prine, is known as a beloved…