Miscarriage

Aug 20

The Access Circle

One of our wonderful monthly donors, Maureen Falencki, graciously decided to share her personal story with our community because she feels that there is a huge need for access to reproductive health through education. Stories like hers, along with those of our community of monthly supporters, have inspired us to create a monthly giving program to help…

Jul 16

We’re Hiring!

We’re growing! The Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) is seeking a full-time Communications Manager and a part-time Fall Development Intern to join our team. Supporting the work of a small but busy organization, these positions will play a key role in ensuring that RHAP meets its short and long-term strategic goals. Through our national organizing…

Jul 02

Apply Now for the 2019-2020 Miscarriage Care Initiative

Applications are now being accepted for our 2019-2020 Miscarriage Care Initiative. The Miscarriage Care Initiative expands access to evidence-based, patient-centered miscarriage care in primary care settings. Our vision is to support family clinicians and clinic administrators to integrate all three forms of miscarriage management – expectant, medication, and manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) management – into…

Jun 25

Spotlight on a Donor

Dr. Nishant Shah is a family medicine and public health physician. He has worked in full-spectrum primary care, obstetrics, and abortion care for many years, as well as in behavioral health and addiction medicine. He is also a consultant supporting family planning programs and a trainer for the UCSF Bixby Beyond the Pill program. Dr.…

Mar 26

New York’s Reproductive Health Act

RHAP cheers the passage of New York State’s Reproductive Health Act (RHA). First proposed to the New York State legislature nearly a decade ago, the RHA faced an uphill battle. After passing several times in the New York State House, the bill languished in the Republican-controlled New York Senate. The 2018 midterm elections changed the…

Mar 19

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month was established in 1987 – 76 years after the first observance of International Women’s Day – to honor women’s accomplishments and contributions throughout American history. The celebration and recognition of Women’s History Month was fought for by generations of activists who drew attention to the oppression and inequalities women faced in society.…