Women’s reproductive health is on the line. We are defending our rights to abortion and birth control, and advancing policies that support parents.
Abortion is legal and safe in New York, but women across the country are in peril as states rapidly move to ban and severely restrict abortion. Right now you can take action to ensure that the fearless doctors who are providing critical care via telemedicine appointments to women in other parts of the country are able to continue to care for patients without fear of lawsuits or challenges to their professional licenses. That includes physicians, clinicians and pharmacists. Call your New York Legislative Assembly Representative Today.
This important legislation has passed the Senate, we just have to get it passed in the Assembly. We work every day in Albany and with the legislators. Our ears are on the ground. Stay Tuned. We’ll be bringing more actions in the coming days.
The Reproductive Health Act protects New Yorkers’ rights
The replacement of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with ultra-conservative Amy Coney Barrett puts Americans’ reproductive rights in great peril. Roe v. Wade is at risk of being overturned, and that means women in 24 states and three territories would likely be prohibited from having an abortion. Fortunately, New York is one of seven states with laws already on the books to protect abortion access.
The Reproductive Health Act ensures women in New York will have access to abortion regardless of what happens to Roe v. Wade. We are proud to have fought for this legislation — access to reproductive healthcare is an essential pillar of the comprehensive healthcare we deserve. And we’ll continue to work to keep New York State a beacon for meeting women’s reproductive healthcare needs with compassion and urgency. Get the facts about New York’s Reproductive Health Act:
We must continue to act for reproductive justice.
Reproductive justice provides an inclusive framework that goes beyond abortion rights and addresses the disparities in healthcare quality and access that women of color face. Reproductive justice is to the right to have or not have children and the right to parent children in safe and sustainable communities.
Sex-ed can be a powerful tool to teach students not only about sex, but also healthy relationship skills and decision making. Did you know sex-ed is not a requirement in New York public schools?
Contraceptive Coverage Act
Know your rights. The Contraceptive Coverage Act makes sure that you are able to access your preferred method of birth control without a copay.
212-965-7000- Multiple locations
26 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012
National Advocates for Pregnant Women
Postpartum Resource Center of NY
855-631-0001- for Spanish call 631-422-2255
Anonymous HIV Testing Sites in NYC
Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline
1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036
Access to reproductive healthcare is an essential part of the comprehensive healthcare that women need. We all have the right to make informed decisions about our health and our future.
New York State Official Health Plan Marketplace
Women Creating Change
212-353-8070- Online Resource Database
110 W. 40th St Suite 1002 NY, NY 10018
Health services encourage and support the maintenance and restoration of physical health. They provide individuals and families with access to affordable, quality care and offer resources for sustaining healthy lifestyles.