Reproductive Health Access Project

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Jan 09

End of Year Recap

Thank YOU! You helped us surpass our fundraising goal and raised over $80,000! Your support and what it means to clinicians and patients everywhere overwhelm us. Your commitment to expand access reproductive health care provides us with the encouragement to continue the fight to increase accessibility. Everyone deserves the right to access reproductive health care…

Jan 08

Running for RHAP: Sylvia English

Sylvia English is one of five RHAP supporters running for RHAP in the 2018 United Airlines NYC Half-Marathon.  Learn more about Sylvia and why she is running for RHAP. Tell us  about yourself I first came across Reproductive Health Access Project via Google while writing my master’s thesis in a related health area, and thought the…

Jan 08

Running for RHAP: Meghan Tizzano

Megan is one of five RHAP supporters running in the  2018 United Airlines NYC Half-Marathon to benefit RHAP.  Learn about Meghan and why she supports expanding access to reproductive health care. Tell us  about yourself I am a 29 (almost 30 – birthday is end of January) woman and I have been living in NYC for…

Dec 26

Spotlight on a Donor: Mateo Nava

Mateo Nava is an artist, volunteer and donor. His work is invested in conflating, juxtaposing, and contrasting religious and fictional narratives pertaining to the colonial history of Mexico. Like many of us, Mateo learned about Reproductive Health Access Project through an ally. His ally just happens to be RHAP’s very own Program Associate, Natalie Kopke.…

Dec 19

Notes from the Field: Joanna

The Family Medicine Resident: The first time I met Joanna* was when she and her husband came into the clinic to establish prenatal care. She was 9 weeks pregnant at that time. As soon as I walked into the room, I could tell that they were both so excited, and Joanna expressed to me that…

Dec 12

We are Moving!

Since day one, the Reproductive Health Access Project has been getting free office space from a large community health center in New York City. This is really no small thing. Being embedded within a large, cutting edge primary care clinic allowed us to easily keep our fingers on the pulse of community health care. The…

Dec 05

End of Year

Did you know that one in five pregnancies ends in a miscarriage? Six percent of family physicians (and even fewer nurse practitioners and physician assistants) learn the skills to comprehensively manage early pregnancy loss—despite the fact that millions of people in the United States get their pregnancy care from primary care providers. Our Miscarriage Care…

Nov 27

#GivingTuesday

This is the fifth year RHAP is participating in the #GivingTuesday campaign. #GivingTuesday was created as a national day of giving to kick-off the holiday season. It celebrates and encourages charitable activities that support nonprofit organizations like ours. #GivingTuesday takes place on November 28th, the Tuesday right after Thanksgiving. All gifts to us on #GivingTuesday…