Sexual & Reproductive Health

Our Track Record:

The Network was founded because a group of five brave women demanded more of their government when it came to protecting their sexual & reproductive health. Since our first protest as outsiders on the steps of the FDA, we’ve become change-making insiders and frequently-invited testifiers in the halls of power regarding sexual & reproductive health issues. Most notably, we sponsor Plan C and the Miscarriage + Abortion Hotline, which help thousands of people access abortion care every day.

What’s Next:

We cannot be full citizens of this country until they have complete sexual and reproductive autonomy, access, and justice. The Network will stand strong in support of the following issues during a time when these essentials are being threatened in a post-Roe world:  

  • Access to safe, legal, and affordable abortion care for all.  
  • Safe, affordable access to all proven forms of contraception.  
  • Prevention and screening for Estrogen Dependent Cancer.  
  • Promoting sexual well-being via robust sex education, healthy relationship and consent education, the importance of sexual pleasure, and more.  

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Sexual & Reproductive Health

Change Lives (Including Yours). Get Involved

By deepening your relationship with the Network, you can:

  • Improve Sexual & Reproductive Health and equity across the nation
  • Build your skills in communications, development, management, health policy & advocacy, community organizing, and more
  • Expand your professional circle with prospective mentors, employers, and subject matter experts
  • Connect with an audience millions strong that wants to learn about brands that share their values

Current Opportunities

  • Become an NWHN member. With your annual donation of just $15, you’ll receive:
    • A 12 month membership to the NWHN
    • Subscription to our exclusive quarterly newsletter
    • Member mobilization updates and advocacy opportunities
    • Invitations to annual events
  • Sponsor a policy pillar. Are you particularly passionate about improving access and equity for Sexual and Reproductive Health? Contact our Interim Development Director Rachel Branaman at rbranaman@nwhn.org to learn how you can help us make an impact and access our audience of:
    • 21K email subscribers
    • 17K social media followers
    • 2 million website visitors