Contraception

Feb 26

Help Us Fund a Papaya Workshop

It’s a common assumption that early-term abortions are scary, medically complicated, and require an extensive procedure. These assumptions foster stigma around abortion care, despite the fact that early term abortion is simple, effective, and minimally invasive – and can be offered in a primary care setting. RHAP is working hard to de-stigmatize abortion through education…

Feb 19

Help Us Thank Abortion Providers

At RHAP, we are lucky to work with clinicians who provide abortion care all across the United States. Abortion providers face unique challenges unlike those of any other medical providers, including stigma, aggressive legislative restrictions, and even threats to their safety. We are thankful every day for the abortion providers who, despite these challenges, are…

Feb 12

Remove the Restrictions: Mife Now!

Don’t forget to join us in taking action to expand access to mifepristone! Did you know that mifepristone – most commonly known as the “abortion pill” – is also very effective for medication management of early pregnancy loss (miscarriage)? According to a recent study, mifepristone raises the effectiveness of medication management of miscarriage from 67%…

Feb 05

Valentine’s Day Campaign

February is here, which means it’s almost Valentine’s Day! This year, honor your loved ones by giving the gift of reproductive health care access. In addition to flowers and chocolates, show your Valentine that you care about access by supporting RHAP in their name. We’ll let them know you donated in their honor by sending…

Jan 29

Intern Opportunities!

Are you looking to hone your creative skills and build your design portfolio? Apply to be our Graphic Design Intern! Interns play a key role in ensuring that RHAP fulfills its mission, and we are currently seeking a Graphic Design Intern. Graphic Design Intern: The Graphic Design Intern will play a key role in ensuring that…

Jan 15

Using Papayas to Fight Stigma

What do papayas have to do with fighting abortion stigma? Great question! One of the ways that RHAP teaches both clinicians and non-clinicians about abortion is through the interactive Papaya Workshop. The Papaya Workshop is a hands-on opportunity to teach clinicians about manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) abortion – believe it or not, papayas are a great anatomical…

Jan 08

End of Year Fundraising Success

Thanks to over 250 supporters, we raised over $80,000 for our year-end campaign! Your support and the impact it has on clinicians and patients keep us inspired. Thank you for taking Abortion Access in YOUR Hands and committing to expanding access to reproductive health care. RHAP will now be able to create new educational resources for…

Dec 31

Notes From the Field: Dr. E

For this month’s Notes from the Field, we are sharing a patient experience from one of our Network members, Dr. E. Dr. E is a former RHAP fellow and member of the Mid-Atlantic Cluster who practices in the Delmarva area of Maryland, which is largely rural. A few weeks ago, a 17-year-old female patient and her mother…

Dec 26

Fundraise for Reproductive Health Care

Just in time for the holiday season, Shelby Adler and Jay Louik started a fundraiser to benefit the Reproductive Health Access Project. “We’ve seen first-hand how RHAP empowers physicians to better counsel patients regarding their reproductive care.” Together, they raised a total of $445 for RHAP. We appreciate you, Shelby and Jay! Would you also…