The National Institute for Reproductive Health (National Institute) works in states and localities across the country, including in New York, to promote reproductive rights and expand access to reproductive health care, including abortion; reduce unintended pregnancies; and empower youth to make healthy sexual and reproductive decisions.
The National Institute develops and implements innovative and proactive approaches to galvanize public support, change policy, and remove barriers to care. By working through a partnership model to support local and state advocacy, the National Institute addresses issues of national significance and helps to shift the overall culture. On the state and local level, the National Institute has supported initiatives in more than 65 organizations across 33 cities and 29 cities, laying the groundwork for a long-term campaign to secure reproductive rights and health nationwide. The National Institute also develops positive and impactful education and advocacy campaigns and communication platforms in order to spotlight important reproductive health issues.
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