Need an abortion? How NYC officials are helping people across the United States


Need an abortion? How NYC officials are helping people across the United States

Given that pregnancy comes with health risks and dangers that often go unrecognized, the alternative to ensuring access to abortion is unacceptable.

Ashwin Vasan, Leslie Hayes and Laura Louison

Opinion contributors

A confidential call center in a secure location in New York City recently began receiving phone calls from people across the country. At one end are people facing a critical moment in their lives. At the other end, trained and empathetic navigators listen to callers, assess their needs, connect them to abortion care and other resources.

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