Building Local Support
October 19, 2017: Introducing the Local Reproductive Freedom Index
April 21, 2011: Countering Racist, Anti-Choice Billboards
February 15, 2018: Engaging Supporters on Abortion Access*
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Nov 15, 2010: Insurance Coverage for Abortion
July 10, 2012: Pharmacy Access to Emergency Contraception for Adolescents
Protecting Abortion Access
Sept 30, 2013: Providers and Advocates working to protect Abortion Access
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Advancing Reproductive Rights, Health, and Justice with Local Resolutions
Created in collaboration with the Center for Reproductive Rights, the National Council of Jewish Women, In Our Own Voice, and All* Above All: Local resolutions are a great way to build power. This toolkit is a step-by-step guide on how to engage activists, strengthen partnerships, and ultimately pass a local resolution that supports reproductive health, rights, and justice, raising awareness of important issues and laying the groundwork for policy change.
Enhancing Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Uptake and Reimbursement at Federally Qualified Health Centers: A Toolkit for States
The goal of this toolkit is to be a resource for states seeking to enhance LARC access in FQHC settings by highlighting some of the reimbursement and policy options they can leverage. We also discuss advantages, disadvantages, and implementation considerations.
From the Clinic to the Capitol
The purpose of this toolkit is to help independent providers learn more about state legislative and regulatory advocacy and how they can help utilize skills to become advocates at the level where they feel most comfortable. We collaborated with the Center for Reproductive Rights on this toolkit.
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Building Blocks for Change
In the face of the antipathy to reproductive health and rights that characterizes many statehouses across the country, our own localities can provide fertile ground for innovative strategies to mitigate attacks on reproductive health care. As this Primer on Local Advocacy will show, it is in our own backyard that we can forge ahead with proactive policies and programs.