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May 04

Hands-on-Training

Despite compelling evidence about the safety and efficacy of the IUD and the contraceptive implant, there are many barriers to increasing access to long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). These barriers include commonly held myths about the methods, up-front costs of purchasing the methods, and a shortage of primary care providers competently trained to insert and remove LARC.…

Apr 27

Spotlight on a donor, Kim Daly

Kim spends her days as a production editor for trade and educational publishing, but she is always on the lookout for opportunities with mission-based projects that help individuals in need of extra support. “Before becoming a donor, I started volunteering. About three years ago I got involved with an organization working with victims of sexual…

Apr 15

Double Your Gift to RHAP Today!

A supporter of the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) has agreed to match all contributions made in April and May up to $10,000 dollar-for-dollar! Take advantage of this exciting chance to double your gift!  Since one in five pregnancies ends in miscarriage and one in three women will have an abortion in her lifetime, training in comprehensive reproductive…

Apr 01

Apply now for the 2016-2017 Miscarriage Care Initiative!

The Miscarriage Care Initiative (MCI) is an effort by the Reproductive Health Access Project to expand access to evidence-based, patient-centered miscarriage care in primary care settings. Our vision is to support family physicians and clinic administrators to integrate all three forms of miscarriage management—expectant, medication, and manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) management—into their clinical practice. Read about our 2015-2016…

Mar 22

Vote 2016: Get the Facts!

This election season will have a big impact on the future of reproductive health care. State, local, and national legislators have the power to enact reproductive health policies that affect our lives. The Reproductive Health Access Project is all about making informed decisions. We want to make sure you have the information you need to…

Mar 03

Fighting for Reproductive Access

On March 2nd the U.S. Supreme Court heard the most important abortion access case in 25 years. Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt will determine whether Texas laws go too far in regulating abortion care providers in the state.Regardless of how the Supreme Court rules in the Whole Women’s Health case, attacks on abortion care are…