Reproductive health access project
The Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) trains and supports clinicians to make reproductive health care accessible to everyone. The organization grew out of efforts to mainstream, destigmatize, and increase abortion access by integrating early abortion care into primary care settings. Since its founding the RHAP has developed into one of the nation’s leading resources for education, advocacy and support in integrating full-spectrum reproductive health care into primary care. Because they focus their efforts on clinicians working with underserved rural and urban populations, they expand access to reproductive health care
to those with the least access.
RHAP’s core goal- the incorporation of the full spectrum of reproductive health care services into existing primary care systems- is exactly the type of approach that Pennywise seeks to support. By working within more mainstream health care settings, their services are likely to reach more people and be brought to a larger scale while minimizing additional costs. At Pennywise we believe this is to be a framework for long-lasting success.