Alliance for Justice$125,000
To raise public and policymaker awareness about the Bush Administration's federal judicial nominees.
Alliance for Justice$50,000
To conduct a new survey on American attitudes toward the federal courts and develop the messages that will communicate most effectively with key decisionmakers and the public.
Center for Reproductive Rights$100,000
To use litigation to secure constitutional and other legal protections for women's reproductive rights in the United States.
To educate the public about problematic nominees to the Supreme Court and the federal courts.
Abortion Access Project$90,000
To replicate the success of training advanced practice clinicians (nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurse midwives) to provide abortion care in Alaska, Oregon and Washington.
Abortion Access Project$45,000
To increase the number of abortion providers in the United States regionally and nationally, by providing training, developing curricula, and advancing public awareness of the need for more providers. First installment of a two-year, $90,000 grant.
In collaboration with the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals and Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health, to expand reproductive health care options for women by providing information about medical abortion to physicians, advanced practice clinicians, medical students and other health professionals.
To provide women access to better reproductive health care by developing a curriculum for US health care professionals on the early abortion method of manual vacuum aspiration.
In collaboration with American Medical Women's Association and Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health, to expand reproductive health care options for women by providing information about medical abortion to physicians, advanced practice clinicians, medical students and other health professionals.
To support the integration of early abortion services into primary care medicine, by creating a resource center that generates patients for residency training sites, and builds awareness about early abortion options among family practice clinicians.
To increase women's access to reproductive health services, including early abortion using manual vacuum aspiration.
Medical Students for Choice$25,000
To increase educational and training opportunities on abortion and reproductive health for medical students and residents, and to reform medical school curricula and training to include abortion and reproductive health as a standard part of physician education.
To improve training in abortion for medical residents, to create new sources of reproductive health care in rural communities, and to provide adequate access to family planning for poor women. First year of a two-year, $200,000 grant.
National Abortion Federation$100,000
To expand access to abortion services by educating and involving mid-level or advance practice clinicians in abortion care, increasing abortion training opportunities and resources, and giving women needed information when they are faced with unplanned pregnancies.
Feminist Majority Foundation$50,000
In collaboration with National Abortion Federation and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, to increase law enforcement protection of abortion patients, providers and clinics, thereby reducing incidents of violence and service disruptions caused by threats of violence. Final installment of a three-year, $225,000 grant.
National Abortion Federation$50,000
In collaboration with Feminist Majority Foundation and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, to increase law enforcement protection of abortion patients, providers and clinics, thereby reducing incidents of violence and service disruptions caused by threats of violence. Final installment of a three-year, $225,000 grant.
In collaboration with Feminist Majority Foundation and National Abortion Federation, to increase law enforcement protection of abortion patients, providers and clinics, thereby reducing incidents of violence and service disruptions caused by threats of violence. Final installment of a three-year, $225,000 grant.
Advocates for Youth$50,000
To mobilize support for comprehensive sexuality education among parents, youth activists, policymakers and the public.
Advocates for Youth$45,000
To provide technical assistance enabling state-based teen pregnancy prevention coalitions to strengthen their capacity to promote adolescent awareness of and access to emergency contraception.
To increase access to emergency contraception throughout Alaska by recruiting physicians and pharmacists to dispense emergency contraception and to increase its use by educating Alaskans about its availability and advantages. Second installment of a two-year, $46,000 grant.
To support the Emergency Contraception Hotline and Website, which provide information and referrals.
Colorado NARAL Foundation$30,000
To improve access to emergency contraception in Colorado through research, education, and public policy campaigns.
Ibis Reproductive Health$10,000
To disseminate the findings of a survey on emergency contraception in US hospital emergency rooms.
To expand access to emergency contraception and raise awareness of its availability and efficacy for preventing unplanned pregnancies among all women, with an emphasis on reaching low-income women, women of color and young women.
National Women's Law Center$60,000
To expand health insurance coverage of contraceptives using litigation, research, policy analysis, public education, coalition-building and media relations.
To provide teens and adults who work with them accurate information generated by teens about adolescent sexuality and responsible behaviors.
To disseminate information about emergency contraception to women of color and young women in the Los Angeles area.
Pharmacy Access Partnership$15,000
To educate policymakers, professional and trade leaders, and citizens about the importance of direct consumer access to emergency contraception in pharmacies.
To secure equity in insurance coverage for contraception in all employee health benefits plans.
To expand access to emergency contraception in New Mexico by raising public awareness of sites providing it, with an emphasis on pharmacist prescriptions.
To document and share with other states the successful strategies that enabled Washington State to incorporate provision of emergency contraception into multiple programs across agencies.
To promote awareness of the potential for emergency contraceptives to achieve over-the-counter status, contingent on the pending Food and Drug Administration decision.
To protect and expand national and state policies that support comprehensive sexuality education, access to reproductive health care, and teen pregnancy prevention.