If you need financial support for your abortion:

The Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund provides those in need of abortions with financial counseling, money, and logistical support.

The Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts provides financial help to women who cannot afford abortion services. It is administered by a volunteer staff and is supported entirely by financial gifts and donations.

The Abortion Rights Fund of Western Massachusetts provides financial assistance to women and girls seeking abortions who cannot afford them.

The National Network of Abortion Funds helps connect people with grassroots organizations in their areas that can help them face obstacles to abortion. Funds help women to pay for an abortion and for travel to a clinic or for an overnight stay in a motel near a clinic.

 

If you’re looking for more information:

Certified Truth provides a full list of family planning providers, abortion providers, and additional resources to access the health care you need in Massachusetts. “Avoid Places that Lie.”

The Full-Spectrum Reproductive Support Network  is a national network of full-spectrum organizations who provide compassionate, nonjudgmental, and free support to pregnant people.

The Abortion Conversation Project provides grants up to $1000 for projects that are  in keeping with ACP’s mission to challenge the polarization that characterizes abortion conversation, lessen the stigmatization of abortion, and promote speaking and listening with empathy, dignity, and resilience about even the most difficult aspects of abortion.

The Abortion Diary Podcast, “One Diary. Countless Stories.” This podcast provides a space for people to speak out against the shame, stigma, secrecy and isolation surrounding abortion by generating, sharing, and receiving personal stories.

 

 

If you need a helpline:

All-Options promotes unconditional and judgment-free support for people in all their decisions, feelings and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, adoption and abortion.

The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center provides services to survivors of rape and sexual assault, and their friends and family.

The Planned Parenthood Counseling and Referral Hotline offers objective information and the support necessary for people to make personal and private decisions. Their trained volunteers are available to discuss a wide range of issues including pregnancy options, birth control, and STI information. They can also refer you to providers within your community that offer services not provided by the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. 

 

 

Other resources:

Health Care For All is a Massachusetts organization dedicated to making adequate and affordable health care accessible to everyone, regardless of income, social, or economic status.

The Network/La Red is a survivor-led, social justice organization that works to end partner abuse in LGBQ/T, BDSM and polyamorous communities.