In the U.S., about 1 out of 4 people with the ability to get pregnant will have an abortion. Providing early abortion care in primary care settings is safe, effective, and expands access.
Telehealth Care for Medication Abortion Workflow
Abortion Pill Info to Read Prior to Phone Visit
Early Abortion Options
Consent Form for a Remote Abortion with Pills
Sam’s Medication Abortion Zine
Manual Vacuum Aspiration for Abortion Policy and Procedure
Medication Abortion FAQs
Teaching Manual Vacuum Aspiration Using Papayas – The Papaya Workshop
Pregnancy Options Counseling Model
Coding for Medication Abortion using Mifepristone and Misoprostol
Coding for Manual Vacuum Aspiration Abortion
FAQs On Integrating Abortion Into Community Health Centers
Toolkit for Integrating Abortion Into Primary Care
Emergency Contraception and Medication Abortion: What’s the Difference?
Manual Vacuum Aspiration Training Evaluation Form
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