Everyone should be free to make decisions about their body without violence, coercion, or external control. The freedom to make decisions around reproductive health allows people to write their own futures. These resources support survivors to make reproductive health decisions and access healthcare services.
Reproductive healthcare services & access in Washington state and across the U.S.
- Northwest Abortion Access Fund serves Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska. The fund helps people pay for their abortions and travel costs to and from clinics.
- Abortion Care in Washington: There are no laws restricting abortion access such as parental consent, informed consent, or waiting periods in Washington. Learn more about WA state abortion law, free health insurance to pay for abortion, and finding a clinic in Washington state.
- Washington Association for Community Health: Find the Federally Qualified Health Clinic (FQHC) closest to you. FQHC’s offer community-based, comprehensive primary health care services to individuals regardless of immigration status. What is a Federally Qualified Health Center?
- Abortion Finder is a comprehensive directory of trusted and verified abortion service providers in the United States.
- Aid Access supports all people to make reproductive health decisions with information about pregnancy planning, access to miscarriage treatment, and abortion services.
Reproductive healthcare helpline
All-Options Talkline: A peer-based counseling line for judgement-free support around pregnancy, abortion, pregnancy loss, parenting, and similar experiences.
Start a conversation about reproductive healthcare!
- All Options offers online workshops, materials, and toolkits to walk you through a range of reproductive decisions, feelings, and experiences.
- Path Framework offers patient/survivor-centered resources that help people think through reproductive health and family decisions. They also have tools and conversation guides for advocates to start conversations with survivors on these topics.
- Scarleteen has all kinds of resources and tools for young people, survivors of all ages, and advocates. Sex education that is inclusive, comprehensive, supportive of sexuality and all genders, and relationships for teens and emerging adults.
Resources for advocates and programs
- Pregnant Survivors: In collaboration with the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, we created this collection of resources for service providers working with pregnant and parenting survivors.
- Improving Survivor Access to Birth Control: Three things advocates and programs can do to increase birth control access for survivors!
- Making Emergency Contraception Available: Answers to frequently asked questions about making over-the-counter emergency contraception available at domestic violence and sexual assault programs.
- Talking with Teens about Emergency Contraception & Birth Control: Tips for talking with young people about birth control and emergency contraceptives.
Browse all the Reproductive Justice materials in our Resource Library or our Healthcare resource guide.