The following list provides links to more than thirty organizations that support reproductive freedom. Choose several groups that look interesting to you and check out their resources. Some have local and/or state offices that may be able to help you if you choose to set up a screening in your area.
Abortion Access Project
The Abortion Access Project works on state and national levels to increase access to abortion services, train abortion providers, educate health professionals, and raise awareness about the importance of abortion access.
Abortion Care Network
The Abortion Care Network offers information about independent abortion providers, allies, individuals who provide quality care for women, efforts to de-stigmatize abortion, and ongoing training for quality abortion care.
Abortion Clinics OnLine
ACOL is a directory service comprised of websites of over 400 providers of abortion services and other reproductive healthcare in 40 states as well as internationally. They may be private physician's offices, state licensed abortion clinics, private abortion clinics, or hospital abortion services.
Abortion Conversation Project, Inc.
This project is committed to eliminating the stigma of abortion by creating new ways and opportunities to talk about abortion honestly and publicly. They create safe spaces for women and men to consider what is best for their lives.
Advocates for Youth
Advocates for Youth helps young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health by providing information, education, and advocacy to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, and media.
American Association of University Women
The AAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change through public policy efforts, programs, a Leadership and Training Institute, and diversity initiatives.
American Civil Liberties Union
Through public education efforts, legislative advocacy, and litigation, the ACLU is devoted to defending and preserving the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
American Medical Women’s Association
This organization of 10,000 women physicians and medical students functions at local, national, and international levels to advance women in medicine and improve women's health.
Americans United for the Separation of Church and State
As a non-sectarian, non-partisan organization, Americans United defends the separation of church and state in the courts, educates legislators, and informs Americans about religious freedom issues.
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
This international nonprofit association offers comprehensive information on reproductive health science, practice, and policy to healthcare professionals, the public, policymakers, and media.
Catholics for a Free Choice
Around the world, CFFC works to advance pro-choice Catholic causes, especially access to family planning and reproductive health care. CFFC seeks to increase women's choices in childbearing and reduce the incidence of abortion.
Center for Reproductive Rights
The Center for Reproductive Rights works to strengthen reproductive health laws and policies around the world, working with more than 100 organizations in 45 nations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Sponsored by the Abortion Conversation Project, this is a directory listing for information about reproductive health and rights, including abortion. This site contains links to accurate health information, services, pro-choice organizations, rights groups, resources, and discussion sites.
Founded by Gloria Steinem and other feminist leaders, Choice USA offers programs, fellowships, and internships to emerging pro-choice leaders. Choice USA seeks to create a youth-centered pro-choice agenda and mobilize pro-choice communities.
Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program
The Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program trains, educates, and inspires new generations of activists to advance their leadership and strengthen the reproductive rights movement.
Exhale, An After-Abortion Counseling Talkline
Exhale is a free, confidential talkline for women and girls who have had abortions and for their partners, friends, allies and family members. Counselors respect each caller’s belief system and offer emotional support, resources and information.
Feminist Majority Foundation
The Feminist Majority Foundation is dedicated to women's equality, reproductive health, and non-violence. The FMF engages in public policy development, public education, grassroots organizing projects, and leadership training.
Founded by Feminist Majority, Feminist Campus is a nationwide network of pro-choice, student-run organizations that educate college students about threats to abortion access, women’s rights, affirmative action, and LGBT rights.
Feminist Women's Health Center
This nonprofit organization provides woman-centered healthcare and education, and advocates all options for all women. They combine healthcare direct services with activism and community education to achieve reproductive freedom for all women.
League of Women Voters
This nonpartisan political organization supports citizens’ participation in government and works to increase understanding of public policy. A supporter of reproductive privacy rights, the LWV also seeks to influence public policy.
Medical Students for Choice
This group of North American medical studetns works to de-stigmatize abortion and to persuade medical schools to include abortion as a part of the reproductive health services curriculum.
National Abortion Federation
The association of Canadian and American abortion providers aims to keep abortion safe, legal, and accessible. The NAF offers quality training and services to abortion providers and referral information to women.
NARAL Pro-Choice America
This group works in legislatures, courts, and clinics to secure national reproductive choice. NARAL supports sexuality education, contraceptive research, prenatal care, and improved health care access to reduce the need for abortion.
National Black Women’s Health Imperative
The National Black Women's Health Imperative promotes optimum health for black women through education, research, advocacy, and a leadership development.
National Council of Jewish Women
The National Council of Jewish Women takes progressive stances on child welfare, women's rights, and reproductive freedom. NCJW facilitates education and outreach and advocates for policy and program changes.
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association
The National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association ensures access to family planning and reproductive health care services and supports reproductive freedom.
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
The organization is committed to ensuring reproductive rights for Latinas, their families, and their communities through public education, policy advocacy, and community mobilization.
National Network of Abortion Funds
This affiliation of community-based abortion funds supports existing funds and helps create new funds for under-served areas. NNAF provides direct financial assistance to women who want abortions and cannot afford them.
National Organization for Women
The largest organization of feminist activists, NOW focuses on social justice issues: discrimination, harassment, abortion, birth control, reproductive rights, violence against women, racism, sexism, and homophobia.
National Partnership for Women & Families
An advocate for fairness in the workplace, quality health care, the Partnership works with business, government, unions, nonprofit organizations, and media to advance policies that help women and families.
National Women’s Health Network
By shaping policy and consumer health decisions and promoting critical analysis of health issues, the National Women's Health Network seeks to establish a universal health care system that meets the needs of diverse women.
National Women’s Law Center
This group aims to protect and advance the progress of women and girls at work, in school, and in every aspect of their lives. A resource for pro-choice activists, the Center advocates protection of reproductive freedom in the law.
National Women’s Political Caucus
The National Women's Political Caucus seeks to increase women’s participation in politics. NWPC recruits, trains and supports pro-choice women candidates for office at all levels of government regardless of party affiliation.
Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health
Committed to ensuring universal access reproductive information, access to quality services, and freedom of choice, PRCH provides physicians with programs to promote access to the full range of reproductive healthcare.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
This leader in reproductive rights educates policymakers, media, healthcare providers, and the public. Their health centers provide quality, affordable reproductive healthcare and information to millions of people annually.
For nearly forty years, Population Connection has been an advocate for progressive action to stabilize the world population. Its youth Population Education program focuses on how overpopulation threatens quality of life for people around the world.
Pro-Choice Public Education Project
By training reproductive rights activists nationwide, the Pro-Choice Public Education Project is building the next pro-choice generation by focusing on leadership development among young women.
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Uniting religious organizations committed to choice, this national group supports access to sex education, safe and legal abortion services, family planning, contraception, affordable childcare and health care, and adoption services.
Reproductive Health Technologies Project
RHTP advocates for universal access to safe and effective fertility control. RHTP brings together diverse experts to affect change in public education, advocacy, and policy concerning reproductive health technologies.
Women's Reproductive Rights Assistance Project
WRRAP raises money for low income women of all ages, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds who are unable to pay for either emergency contraception or a safe and legal abortion. Services are provided free of charge to clinics all over this nation.