The Reproductive Health Access Project stands against the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to the public charge policy. As health care providers and advocates, we will not stop fighting to ensure that everyone in the United States has access to comprehensive primary care, including abortion, miscarriage, and contraceptive care, regardless of who they are and where they’re from.
Shelby and Jay, our star fundraisers, are fundraising for RHAP this holiday season. If you’d like to support their fundraiser, click here. You can also start your own fundraiser today! Just like Shelby and Jay, you can set up your fundraising page, share it on social media, and reach your goal and help us expand access to reproductive health care. Together, we can make a difference!
Did you know that if 67 people donate $25 a month we can sponsor a new fellowship program? Help us expand the number of family physicians trained to provide and teach abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care. (And if you give at least $25 a month you’ll receive our book highlighting our reproductive justice heroes.)
This patient fact sheet explains medication treatment and aftercare for early pregnancy loss, or miscarriage, and answers frequently asked patient questions.
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At RHAP we believe everyone has the right to make the decisions that are best for their lives and bodies. This includes decisions about whether to have an abortion and what that abortion experience is like. One area that RHAP is paying close attention to is medication abortion, sometimes referred to as the “abortion pill.”…