Founded in 1991, WRRAP assists women of all ages, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds who are financially unable to pay for safe, legal abortions or emergency contraceptives.   How We Work We provide funds to pre-screened, pre-qualified health clinics across the nation on behalf of poor and disadvantaged women in need of abortion services or emergency contraceptives , […]

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Support WRRAP and help us continue our important mission to help women from all walks of life! WRRAP depends on funding from private donations. Please donate today.   Donate to WRRAP to keep safe, legal abortion accessible to all! At a time when our reproductive freedom is under unprecedented attack by anti-choice groups and legislators, your […]

Find a Clinic

WRRAP helps bridge the financial gap for poor and disadvantaged women who seek an abortion or emergency contraceptives. Here’s how we work and how to locate a clinic.   Options, Not Judgments An unintended pregnancy can cause a woman to feel alone with nowhere to turn – whether due to lack of funds; lack of […]

Abortion Facts…

Here are the real abortion facts and statistics:
Approximately 22% of all pregnancies (excluding miscarriages) end in abortion.
Nearly half of all pregnancies among American women are unintended, and about four in 10 of these are terminated by abortion.
Nearly half of all American women will experience an unintended pregnancy by age 45. At current rates, one in 10 women will have an abortion by 20, one in four by 30, and three in 10 by age 45.
Approximately 18% of all U.S. women obtaining abortions are teenagers. Teens 15–17 years old obtain 6% of all abortions, teens 18–19 years old obtain 11%, and teens younger than 15 obtain 0.4%.
About 61% of abortions are obtained by women who have one or more children.

Source: Guttmacher Institute, August 2011

The WRReal World

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    Never Leave a Drink Unattended

    “During an outing with girlfriends I left a drink unattended and it ended up being the most horrifying night of my life. All I can tell other women is to please never leave a drink unattended when you are out, even if you are with someone.” – Sexual assault survivor at The Women’s Med Center […]

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    I Knew There Was Something Wrong

    “I am a 35 year old mother of four girls. I found out I was pregnant while on vacation, and was so excited, my husband and I were thrilled at the thought of another baby. When I went to my ultrasound, they referred me to a Level II sonogram. I knew there was something wrong, […]

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    He Would Not Consent to Adoption

    “I am 33 years old with two kids, a 2-yr old boy and a 1-yr old girl. I am unemployed and have been in an abusive relationship for 8 years. I have been secretly taking steps to improve and change my financial situation so that when I leave this time, I am financially secure and won’t […]

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    Keeping My Life Together

    “I am 28, divorced and I have a horrible relationship with my children’s father. I was on the pill when this pregnancy happened. I am devastated and I am scared. Not sure if I am even doing the right thing. But I felt it was best for me and my family. My life is falling apart and I do […]

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    Rape Resulting in Pregnancy

    “I was sexually assaulted on campus and that resulted in a pregnancy. Thank you for your help.” – College student at the Philadelphia Women’s Center

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    Can Now Continue With College

    “This has really helped me out because I am a college student and I am low on funds and it is very hard finding a summer job. I did not know what I was going to do. With your help, I am able to move forward and continue school and live out my goals in life. Thank […]

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    I’m a Teenager and Homeless

    “I’m a teenager and homeless. I didn’t plan to get pregnant, I am a minor and don’t even live at home with my mother. Thank you for your help.” – Thankful teenager at Reproductive Services Clinic

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    Disabled and Living On My Own

    “I am 25 years of age and single. I am disabled and living on my own, without the support of a family. Because of my medical issues, I came to the conclusion of terminating the pregnancy. I am not with the father of the pregnancy. It is hard paying for my rent and other necessities. I’m just in a very […]

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    Medicare Is Not Enough

    “I am 24 and employed full time, but I do not make enough money so I have Medicare, but it will not pay for my procedure. Medicare is not enough. I am with my partner and we planned on having this baby until we found out that the baby has a fetal abnormality. I have no choice […]

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    Your Program Has Touched My Heart

    “Dear WRRAP — I am a single mother of four and I am in a really bad state in life right now. I just lost my mother to lung cancer and I am currently homeless. I feel alone! But your program has touched my heart and showed me you care about my circumstances. Thank you from the bottom […]

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