The Doula Project – New York, NY
The Doula Project is an NYC-based organization that provides free compassionate care and emotional, physical, and informational support to people across the spectrum of pregnancy. The Doula Project works to create a society in which all pregnant people have access to the care and support they need during their pregnancies and the ability to make healthy decisions for themselves, whether they face birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, fetal anomaly, or abortion.
Autonomous Communities for Reproductive & Abortion Support (ACRAS) – Los Angeles, CA
ACRAS is a group of people of color based in Los Angeles, CA interested in providing Abortion Doula/Support and Reproductive Justice information to People of Color in the area. They are interested in educating communities, organizing with them and bringing necessary resources to build a movement towards reproductive liberation and body autonomy.
Wesleyan Doula Project – Central Connecticut
The Wesleyan Doula Project is a student-run, volunteer collective focused on providing free, non-judgemental support for people choosing to terminate their pregnancies. We have a partnership with a nearby Planned Parenthood clinic, and work with a large and diverse client population. We also engage in community activism and advocacy within the reproductive justice movement. Our goal is to create a compassionate and inclusive community, responsive to people’s unique needs and experiences with pregnancy.
DC Doulas for Choice Collective – Washington, DC
The DC Doulas for Choice Collective is a DC-based, volunteer-led-and-run, pro-choice organization that seeks to provide doula care to people across the full spectrum of reproductive health, pregnancy, and choice. We specialize in working with those who are seeking abortion for any reason, choosing adoption, or anyone who would otherwise be unable to access birth support due to economic barriers.
Kentucky Health Justice Network – Kentucky
KHJN provides direct services through the KHJN Support Fund, a practical support abortion fund. The Fund is a staff supported network of volunteers who help people seeking abortion with financial assistance, transportation, interpretation, and more. Our Trans Health Advocacy program works to help Trans Kentuckians access the healthcare they need, as well as reaffirm our autonomy and community. We do this through in person advocacy and support, financial assistance for gender affirming care, connecting folks with online and community resources, as well as advice and assistance navigating insurance. Our program aims to put a greater focus on the intersectional barriers Trans Kentuckians face when accessing healthcare such as structural and interpersonal racism, classism, ableism, and sizeism
Louisville Doula Project — Kentucky
The Louisville Doula Project is Kentucky’s all-volunteer, radical, grassroots doula collective. The Louisville Doula Project (LDP) seeks to further Reproductive Justice by providing support across the full spectrum of pregnancy experiences. In doing so, we foster a culture that trusts and supports individuals in Kentucky and the surrounding communities.
Baltimore Doula Project – Maryland
The Baltimore Doula Project is a volunteer-run organization that is addressing gaps in pregnancy and postpartum support networks by providing accessible, trauma-informed doula services to pregnant and parenting individuals in the Baltimore area.
Boston Abortion Support Collective – Boston, MA
The Boston Abortion Support Collective (BASC) provides free, compassionate and empowering support to people experiencing abortion. We provide physical, emotional, spiritual and informational support for people throughout the full spectrum of reproductive experiences, with a focus on abortion and pregnancy loss.
Spiral Collective – Twin Cities, Minnesota
SPIRAL Collective believes that everyone deserves access to trained, respectful, non-judgmental doulas as well as information and education about pregnancy options. We aim to provide continuous education, physical support, and emotional support for all pregnancy options whether people choose to give birth with the intent to parent, give birth with an adoption plan, or have an abortion. We also support those experiencing assisted reproduction, infertility, loss, or miscarriage.
Cascades Abortion Support Collective — Portland, OR
Cascades Abortion Support Collective (CASC) provides free physical, emotional, informational, and logistic support to individuals accessing abortion in the Portland/Vancouver area. We support people regardless of age, race, income, gender identity, religious belief, relationship status, or disability status. All people deserve access to free, nonjudgmental support and care at any point in their abortion experience.
The Bridge Collective – Austin, TX
We are a collective of doulas trained to offer emotional, physical, and informational support services to clients who are pregnant; looking for contraceptive information; adopting; seeking abortions; trying to get pregnant; and/or are new parents.
Cicada Collective – North Texas
The Cicada Collective aims to provide access to reproductive resources such as abortion doula services, informational support, and transportation/lodging possibilities for people in North Texas who are seeking abortions.
Full Spectrum Doulas – Seattle, WA
Full Spectrum Doulas is a growing collective of doulas and reproductive justice advocates who are working throughout the Pacific Northwest to bring the doula model of care to people across the full spectrum of pregnancy experiences, including abortion, adoption, surrogacy, miscarriage and stillbirth.
Fondo Maria — Mexico City, Mexico
[The MARIA Fund gives] financial, emotional and logistical support to women who do not have sufficient resources to access the legal abortion services available at the CDMX.
We make visible the concrete needs of women around sexuality and the intersections of injustice that are made concrete when making the decision to abort, specifically those that have to do with the right to health, the right to information , freedom of expression and the right to education.
Damos apoyo financiero, emocional y logístico a mujeres que no cuentan con recursos suficientes para poder acceder a los servicios de aborto legal disponibles en la CDMX.
Hacemos visibles las necesidades concretas de las mujeres en torno a la sexualidad y las intersecciones de injusticia que se hacen concretas a la hora de tomar la decisión de abortar, específicamente las que tienen que ver con el derecho a la salud, el derecho a la información, la libertad de expresión y el derecho a la educación.