Month: May 2020

At the beginning of this year, an estimated 7.7 million women of reproductive age (15-44) in the United States were uninsured, with 2 million of these women living below the federal poverty level. As the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic has led to historic numbers of unemployment claims, it is estimated that millions more have lost […]

Now more than ever, it is critical women have all the information and resources at their disposal to make informed decisions about their health. As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, women are facing more barriers than ever when it comes to accessing the birth control and reproductive health services they need. The healthcare […]