The Miscarriage and Abortion Hotline (https://www.mahotline.org/) is a group people who you can ask questions during and after a miscarriage or abortion. You can call or text them at 1-833-246-2632.
Pandia Health (https://www.pandiahealth.com/) was founded by doctors to help provide birth control through the mail. Forms of birth control available from Pandia include birth control pills or Twirla Patch.
Reproaction (https://reproaction.org/) offers a toolkit (https://reproaction.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/CPC-Action-Toolkit-2.0.pdf) with information for people interested in organizing protests of anti-abortion groups.
If/When/How (https://www.ifwhenhow.org/) is available to help people looking for legal advice. Patients can get confidential legal advice from their helpline (https://www.reprolegalhelpline.org/).
The Digital Defense Fund (https://digitaldefensefund.org/ddf-guides/abortion-privacy) offers advice on how to secure your phone and computer from online surveillance.
The National Abortion Federation (https://prochoice.org/) has a hotline where you can get information about abortion, referrals to providers, and financial assistance.
The National Network of Abortion Funds (https://abortionfunds.org/) offers information about financial support available to patients who need an abortion. Patients can also find an abortion provider and get general information about abortions from their website.
ReproductiveRights.Gov (https://reproductiverights.gov/) is a government website that provides information and online resources about your rights to birth control, medication, access abortion services, and other preventative health services.
AidAccess (https://aidaccess.org/) is a group of doctors, activists, and advocates for abortion rights. They can help you obtain abortion-inducing medication through the mail. The group is based in Austria and founded by Dr. Rebecca Gomperts.
HeyJane (https://www.plannedparenthood.org/abortion-access) provides abortion care using FDA approved medications without a clinic visit.
INeedAnA.com (https://www.ineedana.com/) helps patients quickly find local and verified abortion providers using their zipcode, waiting periods, and restrictions. You can also find information about funding and support organizations. The website is updated daily.
Plan C (https://www.plancpills.org/) provides information on how order abortion-inducing medication online.
Planned Parenthood (https://www.plannedparenthood.org/abortion-access) has several health centers that provide abortion care.
Women Help Women (https://womenhelp.org/) is a group of trained counselors and activists who can answer your questions. They work with doctors and other medical experts to provide abortion-inducing medication and contraceptives.