Pro-choice Organizations

Pro-Choice Organizations

Major Organizations
Center for Reproductive Rights (www.reproductiverights.org)
Feminist Majority Foundation  (www.feminist.org)
NARAL Pro-Choice America  (www.naral.org)
National Abortion Federation (www.prochoice.org)
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (www.plannedparenthood.org)

Organizations Representing Clinics
Abortion Care Network (www.abortioncarenetwork.org)
National Abortion Federation (www.prochoice.org)
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (www.plannedparenthood.org)

Medical Organizations
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (www.arhp.org)
Medical Students for Choice (www.ms4c.org)
MergerWatch   (www.mergerwatch.org)
Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health (www.prch.org)
Reproductive Health Technologies Project   (www.rhtp.org)

Organizations Sponsoring Clinic Escorts
Feminist Majority Foundation (www.feminist.org)
National Organization for Women (www.now.org)

Research Institutes
Guttmacher Institute (www.guttmacher.org)
Gynuity Health Projects (www.gynuity.org)
Jacob’s Institute of Women’s Health (www.jiwh.org)
National Council for Research on Women (www.ncrw.org)
Political Research Associates (www.publiceye.org)

Ethnic Organizations
Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center (www.nativeshop.org)
National Arab American Medical Association (www.naama.com)
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (www.napawf.org)
National Black Women’s Health Imperative (www.blackwomenshealth.org)
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (www.latinainstitute.org)

Religious Organizations
Catholics for Choice  (www.catholicsforchoice.org)
Episcopal Women’s Caucus (www.ewc-ecusa.org)
Jewish Women International  (www.jwi.org)
Promise the Children (www.promisethechildrenuu.org)
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice   (www.rcrc.org)
Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice and Healing  (www.religiousinstitute.org)
Women of Reform Judaism (www.wrj.org)

Women’s Organizations
American Association of University Women (www.aauw.org)
League of Women Voters (www.lwv.org)
National Organization for Women  (www.now.org)
National Women’s Law Center  (www.nwlc.org)
National Women’s Political Caucus (www.nwpc.org)

Youth Organizations
Advocates for Youth (www.advocatesforyouth.org)
Canadian Youth for Choice (www.cyouthc.ca)
Choices Campus Com (www.feministcampus.org)
Choice USA (www.choiceusa.org)
Education for Choice  (www.efc.org)
Pro-Choice Public Education Project (www.protectchoice.org)
Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom (www.syrf.org)

Legal Organizations
ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Project  (www.aclu.org/reproductive-freedom)
Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program at Hampshire College (www.clpp.hampshire.edu)
Jane’s Due Process (www.janesdueprocess.org)
Law Students for Reproductive Justice (www.lsrj.org)

Others
Emily’s List (www.emilyslist.org)
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association (www.nfprha.org)
Republican Majority for Choice (www.gopchoice.org)
Sierra Club  (www.sierraclub.org)
Voice of Choice (www.vochoice.org)

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    When I was 16 I was with a drug addict boyfriend who abused me and stole from me and was a no good guy. He used herbal methods to attempt to get me to abort naturally, instead he caused a missed miscarriage. I had to travel 3 states away to access a abortion without parental consent because my mother was dead and my father as well. I had to have my grandmother sign that she knew what I was doing, which was hard to do to see her crying and feeling so hurt by what I had to do to save myself. I was 8 weeks pregnant and had the surgical method done under general, i was scared and nervous and the staff at Planned Parenthood Chicago made me feel very comfortable and they talked me through everything. It cost $700 at the time. Then a little over a year later I fell pregnant again I was with my fiance (current) at the time he was very supportive the plan was to go to planned parenthood in Chicago like i did before and see what the sex was (if possible) and how far i was and our options and make a decision there. We ultimately decided it was safest to go forward with the abortion as we were not living together at the time, nor did we have alot of money. It was a easy procedure and we explored Chicago for a day after and we had grieved a little bit but nothing dramatic. But one week ago almost exactly, I went to EMW surgical center in Louisville Kentucky. I had found out i was pregnant months prior but had not yet been 18 so we had to wait until after my birthday. Upon arrival at the “clinic” they were vulgar and aggressive protesters, they said some very mean and hurtful things to me and my boyfriend the clinic escorts were friendly and very effective at protecting us. This was day one. Day one at the shelter I had luminara inserted in my cervix to dilate me so i could have the abortion done, I did miscarry again but this time with twins at 18 weeks and a day. I was in agony and distraught it was expensive and scary to have done the staff there was so incredible to me I was so grateful. One nurse felt bad for me and she was by my side the WHOLE time I shit you not. She held my hand when I had my cervix dilated, she was there for me to call when my cervix was fully dilated. She talked to me when having blood work done because I have a bad violent history of passing out, she was such a wonderful woman I was so sad I wouldn’t see her again. The next day they had me come in earlier because i was needing surgery sooner, I was nervous even more than before. I was in a room with 5 other girls, and i was extremely far compared to them. Some of the girls helped me get gowned even though they were also just patients, and then we had our IV’s done one by one. I was shaking and the other girls talked to me to help me feel better. I was the longest surgery of their day so they took me back, i was literally shaking from fear and agony. The anesthesiologist held my hand and rubbed my hair as she administered the General Anesthesia and told me they were gonna take good care of me, I know i had to of been crying my eyes were soaked when waking up. Once I woke up the original nurse who i previously mentioned was there again and she was talking me through staying awake and aware, she then called for help and nurses helped me to the bathroom to pee, they then sat me back down after to monitor my vitals- After maybe 5 minutes passed they wanted to get me walking and stable again so i could go to my hotel and get comfortable., but upon standing up I had maybe a gallon of blood POUR down my legs and into my socks and hit the floor beneath me, I looked shocked at the nurses and they just sat me back down reminding me i’m okay, gave me more fluids and got rags and cleaned me up even up to my inner thigh making sure i was clean again. They then talked to me for a bit until i ate a bit and felt good enough to try again this time putting a thick pad like item between my legs to absorb blood- it helped alot. They got me to a bathroom and then I changed with minimal supervision, I then walked back to the recovery room and sat down and cuddled my sweater in one of the chairs talking to a surgical technician and she then took me upstairs via elevator and got me to my boyfriend. I was so happy to see him. Though i’m still struggling I’m so happy that i had access to this because we are so in debt currently trying to get out of it so we can afford a home.. I’m so thankful for Planned Parenthood and EMW Louisville. I’ll never be able to thank them enough its such a tough job for them seeing us young girls scared and feeling alone without our boyfriends, parents and friends and they take good care of us and make us feel safe.

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