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Pro-Choice North Carolina

Everyday we fight to protect reproductive freedom and bodily autonomy for every person in North Carolina. We believe everyone should have access to affordable abortion care, the full range of birth control methods, paid parental leave, clinics that are free from harassment and violence, and protections from pregnancy discrimination. 

Abortion Access

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We provide resources for  North Carolinians to decide if, when and with whom to start or grow a family, and have access to abortion care.

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Crisis Pregnancy Centers

CPCs

We provide comprehensive and factual information about reproductive health and educate the public about Crisis Pregnancy Centers, or anti-abortion fake clinics.

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Legislation

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We work at all levels of government to combat anti-choice legislation. We trust people make the best decisions about their health care, not politicians.

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Get Resources

Whether you are looking for information on how to access abortion in North Carolina, want to learn more about the state of reproductive rights, or are excited to support equitable access to abortion, contraception, and other reproductive health and justice issues, we have resources for you!

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Support Our Work

We can't do this critical work without you! There are so many ways to show your support and be a part of this movement we are building. Thank you for joining us to protect and expand reproductive freedom for all!

Ways to Support

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Our work is possible because of generous donations from people like you. Join the fight for reproductive rights by making a financial contribution.

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More than
1
Million North Carolinians

live in a county with no abortion provider (56% of the population).

More than
1
North Carolinians

of reproductive age are denied abortion care in their public insurance plans.

More than
1
Anti-Abortion Bills

have been introduced by lawmakers in North Carolina since 2010.

See what we're doing about it

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