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Membership

Our members are the backbone of our organization. We rely on them to be ambassadors for reproductive justice in their communities and to stand with us and our partners in the fight to protect human rights. In return, WV FREE members receive invitations to members-only events, nomination privileges for the WV FREE board of directors, and exclusive WV FREE members-only swag. With a $25 donation ($10 for students), you can join this group of fierce advocates and contribute to the success of the reproductive justice movement in West Virginia!

Title X providers are committed to quality and equity in reproductive health services. This program, and the people it serves, needs funding to increase access and improve health equity. Fund #TitleX at $737 million. #MakeItRight #FixTitleX

WV FREE is excited to participate in this year's virtual Hill Education Day and to join our fellow @NFPRHA members to advocate for #TitleX

Take our Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Impact Survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RJImpactSurveyWVFREE

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The State of Birth Control: Conversations on Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice In West Virginia ... Join us Tuesday, June 29th: 12-1:30pm online! Register for free now! bit.ly/StateofBirthControl West Virginiaʼs reproductive health leaders & partners around the country share advice, information, & insights of whatʼs ahead for the state of birth control in West Virginia. From pharmacy accessible birth control & restrictions to accessibility & barriers for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC West Virginians; from Title X to the Gag Rule; to finding the birth control you love, we'll break down access, barriers, and how they impact you. We'll answer questions like: how do you know what birth control is right for you? How can you talk to your health care provider about it? Can you get a birth control prescription directly from a pharmacist? How can birth control be more accessible & equitable for LGBTQ+ & BIPOC communities in West Virginia? How can you get involved in making birth control— and reproductive healthcare as a whole— more accessible in West Virginia? ...
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