Tulsa Abortion Access Mutual Aid and Assistance
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022, ASLUT compiled a list of mutual aid groups and organizations committed to reproductive justice for Tulsans. The case, Dobbs v. Jackson eliminated constitutional protections for abortions on a federal level.
While Oklahoma had previously criminalized abortion in April of 2020, other states are still providing abortion care. Groups of Tulsans committed to abortion access have organized around funding for travel to states where the procedure is still legal.
If you or someone you know is in need of reproductive healthcare or abortion access assistance, consider the following resources:
At a local level, organizers are:
- Grassroots community effort
- Providing emotional support, financial assistance for reproductive services, and connections to other health resources.
- Works to remove barriers and increase access to birth control
- Providing information and referrals to other clinics in other states and organizations that will help with the cost of care and travel.
Federal Abortion Pill Providers via Mail:
If you know of more local or national groups we did not include, please reach out and help us round out the list.