Today, Americans woke up to a national nightmare as the U.S. Supreme Court officially overturned Roe v. Wade, declaring that abortion is no longer a constitutional right and that bodily autonomy is a myth for women and trans people.
For the millions who have just been left without safe abortion access in states with Trigger Laws like Texas and Idaho, resources like this will be literally lifesaving. If you’re someone who needs help or information, hopefully one of these organizations has what you’re looking for.
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The fight is far from over, and now, more than ever, those of us who can need to support organizations who are helping people who need abortions in real ways. If you’re in the position to, please donate to these organizations and funds to help make sure people across the country have safe and healthy reproductive care.
This organization offers an anonymous healthline with peer-based emotional support, information, and referrals for people who are having abortions at home with pills. If you want support with your at-home abortion, this is the organization you should contact. The healthline is available 9am-9pm PT, seven days a week at (833) 226-7821.
This website asks you to input your age and zip code and will help you find the nearest location where you can safely get an abortion. It provides information about where and how to get an abortion based on your specific circumstances.
The NAF will help you get information and even find a provider in your area when you need an abortion. They also have a hotline where you can find more information, referrals to quality providers, and financial assistance. The hotline is at 1-800-772-9100, and the referral line is 1-877-257-0012.
Right now, this link takes you to a donation page as the organization suffered a huge blow with today’s Supreme Court decision, but usually this is a list of over 80 organizations across the U.S. that provide reproductive resources and abortion access in spite of financial and logistical obstacles. The website has a “Find a Fund” function that will connect you to local clinics, discounts, and funds.
This website has a long list of abortion funds by state, both to donate to and if you need help. It also has links to resources about abortion pills, where to find clinics, and other important reproductive care.
AbortionFinder.org has a list of over 700 trusted and verified health centers across the U.S. that perform abortions. You enter your age, date of last period, and location and the website will find the nearest safe clinic for you to use. It also has resources about abortion pills, procedures, and other information.
This California-based organization helps to remove barriers to reproductive rights by connecting users with abortion doulas, clinics, information, and help paying for care. They have a bilingual ACCESS Healthline which provides free and confidential information, referrals, advocacy, and peer counseling.
Plan C will hook you up with information and access to at-home abortion pills available online. There’s both resources about the safety and use of the pills, and information on how to get them.