The U.S. Supreme Court's decision decimates the right to abortion access in our country, and will impact millions of people in a matter of weeks. What was unfathomable mere months ago–taking away our ability to control our own bodies and futures and allowing states to criminalize people seeking and providing health care–is now a fight at our front door.

But here’s what you need to know: in New Hampshire, abortion is still safe and legal up to 24 weeks. If you need an abortion, you can get one. If you have an appointment, keep it. 

And know that we collectively have the power to fight back.

Here's how you can take action right now.

Tell your lawmakers to draw a line in the sand right now and commit to supporting abortion access, both now and in the upcoming legislative session. Tell them now
Know the roadmap - the NH Abortion Access Coalition's vision for expanding and protecting abortion access. See the plan
Support local organizations fighting for reproductive freedom - see our list below!

Local Organizations to Support

Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire

​The Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire is committed to serving and supporting our community, especially those most marginalized, in the form of providing financial support for abortion services.

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Joan G. Lovering Health Center

The Joan G. Lovering Health Center is a non-profit reproductive and sexual health center serving NH/MA/ME providing abortion care, GYN services, low-cost contraception, STD/HIV testing and transcare.

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Equality Health Center

Equality Health Center is a non-profit healthcare facility serving all genders and sexualities throughout New England. We are New Hampshire’s longest standing abortion provider.

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Planned Parenthood of Northern New England

PPNNE is the largest sexual and reproductive health care provider in northern New England with 20 health centers across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

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