Adele Costa

THE NWHN’S STATEMENT ON SENATOR GRAHAM’S NEWLY INTRODUCED BILL PROPOSING A FEDERAL ABORTION BAN

By Adele Costa | Sep 14, 2022 | Comments Off on THE NWHN’S STATEMENT ON SENATOR GRAHAM’S NEWLY INTRODUCED BILL PROPOSING A FEDERAL ABORTION BAN

This proposed federal abortion ban is a disturbing “new normal” in political brinksmanship. We must exercise our right to vote in November.

Since You Asked – Abortion is difficult to access in my state. What are my options?

By Adele Costa | Jun 24, 2022 | Comments Off on Since You Asked – Abortion is difficult to access in my state. What are my options?

Answer: The NWHN is here for you. You are not alone, and you have options. Read on for our go-to list of trusted providers and resources on abortion.

Game-Changing Women’s Health Victories in Recent History

By Adele Costa | Mar 24, 2022 | Comments Off on Game-Changing Women’s Health Victories in Recent History

(And how the NWHN Helped Make Them Happen)

The NWHN Appoints an Interim Executive Director

By Adele Costa | Mar 23, 2022 | Comments Off on The NWHN Appoints an Interim Executive Director

Teri Bordenave is an operations, leadership transition, and governance expert who has been helping nonprofits successfully manage change since 1979.

Food Pantries, Pandemic Pivots, and Preventing the “2nd Closet” for LGBTQ Seniors

By Adele Costa | Nov 19, 2021 | Comments Off on Food Pantries, Pandemic Pivots, and Preventing the “2nd Closet” for LGBTQ Seniors

Read on for an exclusive look inside the Montrose Center in Houston, Texas.

S.B.8, AKA the Texas Abortion Ban

By Adele Costa | Sep 3, 2021 | Comments Off on S.B.8, AKA the Texas Abortion Ban

What happened, what the NWHN is doing about it, and how you can help.

Juneteenth: A Time to Celebrate, Reflect, and, Ultimately, Act

By Adele Costa | Jun 16, 2021 | Comments Off on Juneteenth: A Time to Celebrate, Reflect, and, Ultimately, Act

On June 19th, 1865, enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas gathered at the Ashton Villa to learn their fate. Union General Gordon and over 2,000 federal troops had just occupied the territory, and there were rumors surging that the Civil War was over.