NATIONAL NETWORKS & REGIONAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

NEEDS TO BE ADDED:
https://abortionclinics.com/state/maryland-abortion-clinics/
https://abortionclinics.com/state/north-carolina-abortion-clinics/

LOCATION ORGANIZATION(S) NARAL GRADE* EXECUTIVE HOUSE SENATE
National Abortion Care Network
Serves as the national association for independent community-based abortion care providers and their allies.
National Planned Parenthood
Delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information throughout the country.
National Whole Woman’s Health
A privately-owned feminist organization committed to providing holistic care for women, in numerous lesser-served states.
Alabama Alabama Women’s Center (Huntsville)
Reproductive Health Services of Montgomery (Montgomery)
West Alabama Women’s Center (Tuscaloosa)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Alaska No known services. B+ ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Arizona Camelback Family Planning (Phoenix)
Desert Star Family Planning (Phoenix)
OFPA Family Planning (Phoenix)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Arkansas Little Rock Family Planning Services (Little Rock) F
Enacted the most anti-choice legislation in 2015, with seven measures.
ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
California FPA Women’s Health (Statewide)
Women’s Health Specialists (Statewide) – Also an advocacy organization.
Family Planning Specialists Medical Group (Oakland)
Pro-Choice Medical (Beverly Hills)
Stanford University Family Planning Services (Palo Alto)
UCLA Center for Reproductive Studies (Los Angeles)
Woman’s First Choice (Arcadia)
A+ PRO PRO PRO
Colorado Boulder Abortion Clinic (Boulder) – Specializes in late abortions for fetal disorders.
Mile High OB/GYN (Denver)
Women’s Health (Boulder)
C- PRO PRO MIXED
Connecticut Hartford GYN Center (Hartford) A- PRO PRO PRO
Delaware *** C- PRO MIXED MIXED
District of Columbia Carafem (Washington DC)
Washington Surgi-Clinic (Washington DC)
N/A N/A N/A N/A
Florida All Women’s Health Centers (Statewide)
Women’s Center (Statewide)
Aastra Women’s Center (Plantation)
A Woman’s Choice (Jacksonville)
A Woman’s World Medical Center (Fort Pierce)
Bread & Roses Women’s Health Center (Gainsville)
EPOC Abortion Clinic (Orlando)
Michael Benjamin, MD (Ft. Lauderdale)
North Florida Women’s Services (Tallahassee)
Presidential Women’s Center (West Palm Beach)
Woman and Teens Health Care (North Miami Beach)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Georgia Atlanta Women’s Medical Center (Atlanta)
Carafem (Atlanta)
Columbus Women’s Health Organization (Columbus)
Feminist Women’s Health Center (Atlanta) – Also hosts monthly workshops.
South Dekalb Gynecology Associates (Decatur)
Summit Centers (Atlanta)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Hawaii ### A- PRO PRO PRO
Idaho ### F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Illinois Hope Clinic for Women (Granite City)
Family Planning Associates (x3, Chicago)
Whole Woman’s Health (Peoria)
Women’s Aid Center (Chicago)
B- MIXED MIXED PRO
Indiana Clinic for Women (Indianapolis)
Women’s Med (Indianapolis)
C- ANTI- ANTI- PRO
Iowa Emma Goldman Clinic (Iowa City) C- ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Kansas South Wind Women’s Center (Wichita) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Kentucky EMW Women’s Surgical Center (Louisville) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Louisiana Bossier City Medical Suite (Bossier City)
Hope Medical Group for Women (Shreveport)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Maine Mabel Wadsworth (Bangor) B+ ANTI- PRO MIXED
Maryland Potomac Family Planning Center (Rockville, Hagersville, Catonsville)
Whole Woman’s Health (Baltimore)
B+ MIXED PRO PRO
Massachusetts ### C+ MIXED PRO PRO
Michigan Northland Family Planning Clinic (Statewide)
Heritage Clinic for Women (Grand Rapids)
Scotsdale Women’s Center (Detroit)
Summit Women’s Center (Detroit)
Women’s Center of Flint and Saginaw (Flint, Saginaw)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Minnesota Mildred S. Hanson (Minneapolis)
Whole Woman’s Health of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis)
Women’s Health Center (Duluth)
C- PRO ANTI- PRO
Mississippi Jackson Women’s Health Organization (Jackson) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Missouri ### MIXED ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Montana Blue Mountain Clinic (Missoula) A- PRO ANTI- MIXED
Nebraska Abortion and Contraception Clinic of Nebraska (Bellevue) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Nevada A to Z Women’s Center (Las Vegas)
Birth Control Care Center (Las Vegas)
B- MIXED ANTI- MIXED
New Hampshire Equality Health Center (Concord)
Joan G. Lovering Health Center (Greenland)
Manchester OB/GYN (Manchester)
C+ PRO MIXED MIXED
New Jersey Cherry Hill Women’s Center (Cherry Hill)
Garden State Gynecology (Morristown, Princeton)
Metropolitan Medical Associates (Englewood)
Options for Women (Howell, Plainfield)
Pilgrim Medical Center (Montclaire)
Women’s Choice Medical Center (Hackensack)
B+ ANTI- PRO PRO
New Mexico University of New Mexico Center for Reproductive Health (Albuquerque)
Whole Woman’s Health (Las Cruces)
B+ ANTI- MIXED PRO
New York Book of Choices (Statewide) – Resources for unplanned pregnancy.

All Women’s Care (Manhasset)
All Women’s Health (White Plains)
All Women’s Medical Pavilion (Forest Hills)
Amy Cousins MD (Vestal)
Buffalo Womenservices (Buffalo)
Choices Women’s Medical Center (Jamaica)
Dr. Emily (Bronx)
Eastside Gynecology (NYC)
B+ PRO PRO ANTI-
North Carolina A Woman’s Choice (Raleigh)
A Woman’s Choice (Greensboro)
Carolina Center for Women (Charlotte)
Charlotte Reproductive Health (Charlotte)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
North Dakota Red River Women’s Clinic (Fargo) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Ohio Preterm (Cleveland)
Women’s Med (Dayton, Cincinnati)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Oklahoma South Wind Women’s Center (Oklahoma City) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Oregon ### A- PRO PRO PRO
Pennsylvania Allegheny Reproductive Health Center (Pittsburgh)
Allentown Women’s Center (Bethlehem)
Bruce Berger and Charles Benjamin (Philadelphia)
Delaware County Women’s Center (Upland)
Penn Family Planning and Pregnancy Loss Center (Philadelphia)
Philadelphia Women’s Center
Potomac Family Planning Center (Harrisburg)
F PRO ANTI- MIXED
Rhode Island ### F MIXED ANTI- ANTI-
South Carolina ### F ANTI- ANTI- MIXED
South Dakota ### F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Tennessee CHOICES: Memphis Center for Reproductive Health (Memphis)
Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health (Knoxville)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Texas Houston’s Women Clinic (Houston)
Suburban Women’s Clinic (Houston)
Whole Woman’s Health (Fort Worth)
Whole Woman’s Health (McAllen)
Whole Woman’s Health (San Antonio)
Whole Woman’s Health (McAllen)
F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Utah ### F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Vermont #### B+ PRO PRO PRO
Virginia Falls Church Healthcare Center (Falls Church) F PRO ANTI- ANTI-
Washington All Women’s Care (Seattle)
Cedar River Clinics (Seattle, Tacoma, Renton)
Seattle Medical and Wellness Clinic (Seattle)
A- PRO PRO MIXED
West Virginia Women’s Health Center (Charleston) D MIXED ANTI- ANTI-
Wisconsin Affiliated Medical Services (Milwaukee) F ANTI- ANTI- ANTI-
Wyoming Affiliated Medical Services (Milwaukee) D ANTI- ANTI- MIXED

* REPORT CARD METHODOLOGY
Who Decides? reflects the legal state of women’s access to
reproductive-health services in the previous calendar year.
(Note: The Key Findings: Political Landscape data reflect the
year ahead.)
For 18 years, Who Decides? has used a grading system
to capture the cumulative burden each state imposes on
access to reproductive-health care. Grades are based
on a combination of factors, including enacted measures,
level of legislative and regulatory activity, and a state’s
overall legislative and political landscape as it pertains to
reproductive rights.
Points are subtracted for anti-choice measures and added
for pro-choice measures. Measures that impose the greatest
burdens on women are weighted most heavily. Statutes that
have been enjoined or struck down by courts receive either
full or partial “credit” in points. This year’s report reflects a
reassessment of the points associated with each measure
type based on the changing landscape of reproductive choice
in the United States. In particular, each kind of measure has
been re-examined with an eye toward its practical impact on
women’s reproductive freedom. (Note: Some state grades
changed accordingly from the 2015 to 2016 book).
The nationwide grade reflects not only state restrictions on
the right to choose, but also federal pro-choice and antichoice
measures.
Readers from past years will notice that this year’s report no
longer separates pro-choice and anti-choice “Fast Facts”
pages. In an effort to present data in a way that is more
intuitive, this report combines issues that have both prochoice
and anti-choice sides. The names of “Fast Facts”
pages also have been altered to reflect the change. SEE METHODOLOGY.

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