There are many ways to get involved with the Reproductive Health Access Project. Clinicians can sign up to receive our monthly Contraceptive Pearls, an evidence-based, free e-publication sharing the most up-to-date contraceptive information. For those of you who are clinicians and are looking to get more involved in RHAP’s clinical organizing, please join the Reproductive Health Access Network, RHAP’s community of over 1,800 primary care clinicians from across the country who work together to expand access to abortion, contraception, and miscarriage in their clinical and teaching practices.
We also have opportunities for volunteers in NYC and across the country. On March 5, some of our staff and volunteers got together to write thank you notes to abortion providers for Abortion Provider Appreciation Day. We sent out 208 personalized, handwritten notes to abortion providers all over the country.
Later this month, an athletic group of supporters is running to raise awareness of and funds for our organization. Katie Neimeyer, Kait Lynes, Sylvia English, and Meghan Tizzano will represent RHAP in the 2018 United Airlines NYC Half-Marathon. Learn more about the team and why they run for RHAP here.