Interested in leading change in reproductive health access? RHAP’s Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship is a one-year fellowship program that helps train and empower family medicine leaders to advocate for access to equitable person-centered reproductive health care. We are now accepting applications for fellows to start in the summer of 2023!
Read RHAP’s statement on the Supreme Court’s decision in the Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs case. The end of Roe is not the end of abortion access. Abortion care is still available, and our work does not stop.
All people should have access to the full range of safe abortion options, including self-managed abortion (SMA). We’ve compiled a webpage of SMA resources.
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