The Miscarriage Care Initiative is an effort by the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) to expand access to evidence-based, patient-centered miscarriage care in primary care settings. Applications are open from May 1- July 1 and are accepted on a rolling basis.
The Shrill Collective is a group of female identifying artists striving to affect positive change in their community through the performing arts. Friday marks the opening of a 2 weekend run of their first fully staged play where proceeds from “Dry Land” by Ruby Rae Spiegel will be donated directly to RHAP!
RHAP is looking for a Development Officer, Program Manager, and Operations Associate to join our team this summer! These are exciting opportunities for enthusiastic, detail-oriented self-starters to support a variety of local and national initiatives.
This patient fact sheet, ideal for health centers, doctor’s offices and school clinics, compares different birth control choices by efficacy, pros and cons, and side effects in an easy to read, colorful chart. It is available in Chinese, English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Vietnamese.
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