The Afiya Center (TAC) was established in response to the increasing disparities between HIV incidences worldwide and the extraordinary prevalence of HIV among Black women and girls in Texas. TAC is unique in that it is the only Reproductive Justice (RJ) organization in North Texas founded and directed by Black women. Our mission is to serve Black women and girls by transforming their relationship with their sexual and reproductive health through addressing the consequences of reproduction oppression.
Whole Woman’s Health Alliance is a non-profit organization committed to providing holistic reproductive care for our patients, including abortion care and advocacy to eradicate abortion stigma. We believe every woman deserves the compassion, respect, and dignity of being able to safely and legally end a pregnancy.
Fund Texas Choice helps Texans equitably access abortion through safe, confidential, and comprehensive travel services and practical support.
Fund Texas Choice envisions a society in which abortion is embraced as healthcare and a human right. As a human right, abortion is equitably accessible across political, economic and social systems so that people have autonomous bodies and futures supported by powerful and vibrant communities.
Lilith Fund provides financial assistance and emotional support while building community spaces for people who need abortions in Texas—unapologetically, with compassion and conviction. Through organizing and movement-building, we foster a positive culture around abortion, strengthen people power, and fight for reproductive justice in and with our communities.
Texas Equal Access Fund provides funding to low-income people in the northern region of Texas who are seeking abortion and cannot afford it, while simultaneously working to end barriers to abortion access through community education and shifting the current culture toward reproductive justice.
The West Fund works to make abortions accessible for all people. We believe in reproductive justice and know it's beyond abortion, which is why West Fund is engaged in local community issues ranging from gentrification, the environment, immigration, sexual health education and voter engagement. We seek to center marginalized people and communities historically underrepresented in mainstream reproductive justice movements.
Doctor Bhavik Kumar is a family medicine physician providing abortion care in Texas. He grew up in Texas and has dedicated his career to ensuring that people have access to abortion care in his home state. Having traveled throughout Texas to provide care, he has been outspoken about his work in the media and given voice to how harmful abortion restrictions play out for his patients and providers like him. He also provides primary and trans care, engages with medical students and residents for learning, and collaborates on research that focuses on abortion access in Texas.