Our Work

REPRO Rising Virginia is working to protect and expand access to abortion in Virginia

What We Do

REPRO Rising Virginia works to ensure real, reliable, affordable, and timely access to abortion, contraception, and other reproductive health services for every person in Virginia. Through policy, elections, and our advocacy programs, we fight for every Virginian’s right to Reproductive Freedom.

We work with community and state-based partners to connect this work to a broader reproductive health, rights, and justice agenda. In all our efforts, we seek to center the needs and voices of those most affected by reproductive injustice.

We are committed to deepening our understanding and practice of intersectionality and justice in both our internal operations and external programming.

Looking to learn more? Check out our programs!

Our Programs

Student Advocacy Fellowship

REPRO on the Record

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Roe Fell. What's Next?

First and foremost, abortion is still legal in Virginia and we will fight for it to remain legal.

Anti-abortion politicians in Virginia are more emboldened to ban abortion now than ever before, but the pro-abortion movement is even more fired up to take on any fights that come our way.

But we need YOU to join us in combatting any legislative and political attacks that come our way.

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Research & Map

In Virginia, fake clinics outnumber our trusted, comprehensive reproductive healthcare providers nearly 4:1

– and their well-documented manipulation and disinformation tactics put patients’ health and freedom in jeopardy.

Explore our investigation findings and learn how to spot fake clinics to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community.

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