This page contains suggestions, resources, and information that may be helpful for visitors. Resource Links: Most organizations have websites plus Facebook pages.

Planned Parenthood:

Morning after Pill Emergency Contraception:

The morning-after pill is a type of emergency birth control (contraception). The purpose of emergency contraception is to prevent pregnancy after a woman has had unprotected sex. Morning-after pills contain either levonorgestrel (Plan B One-Step, Next Choice) or ulipristal (Ella).

Plan B One-Step, Next


and Ella are the only morning-after pills that have Food and Drug Administration approval in the U.S. However, other brands of morning-after pills are available around the world.

Guttmacher Institute: Advancing sexual and reproductive health world wide through research, policy analysis, and public education.

Women on Waves:
We fight for women’s right and access to safe and legal abortions worldwide.
Mission: Empower women to make conscious, well-informed decisions about family planning.
Prevent unwanted pregnancy.
Ensure safe and legal abortion.
Reduce unnecessary physical or psychological suffering and deaths from illegal abortions.
Catalyze support for liberalization of abortion laws worldwide.
Rebecca Gomperts, the founder of Women on Waves, has received numerous awards for her work. For more information go to:  A contribution to the socially engaged Buddhist community  TED Ideas Worth Spreading

Doulas: check your local communities to find contact information for doulas near you. Be aware there are specialties that can be helpful.
If interested in sharing information about resources that provide support to people (educational, creative, empowering, healing/compassionate themes that  nourish humanity) contact me.