News & Events

Pap Tests & HPV: What You Need to Know

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and we want to help you take control of your cervical health. More than 14,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but […]

Words of Hope to Keep Us All Going

As we look ahead to 2022, we reflect on the outpouring of support and kind words from abortion allies like you in 2021. You fueled our essential clinic operations and […]

One Year Later: The Capitol Attack & Anti-Abortion Extremism

One year ago today, terrorists acting as so-called “patriots” stormed the Capitol as we all watched in horror and lawmakers hid in fear. The escalation of violence and the extremists in attendance were all […]

There’s still time to support WWHA!

From Amy Hagstrom Miller, President and CEO of Whole Woman’s Health Alliance. This has been a stressful year for abortion providers, patients, and advocates like you. Our resilience has been […]

“We are still here – for the patients’ sake.”

Meet Telisa. She is a Patient Advocate at Whole Woman’s Health of Austin, our nonprofit independent abortion clinic in Texas. In 2010, Telisa had an abortion. Having spent her career […]

Fa-La-La Liberate Abortion

Happy Holidays from all of us at WWHA! However you choose to celebrate or spend the holidays and NYE, we hope that you are able to recharge after a life-altering, […]

December News: SB 8, upcoming hearings, FDA & more!

This year, we faced a global pandemic, hyperregulation, litigation, and our opposition growing in power and position. Yet this past month has been the most difficult. We are heartbroken as the […]

“I know deep down that the work I’m doing is important.”

Sandra has only been in the abortion care field for 7 months, but she’s already making her mark. She is the Patient Advocate for Whole Woman’s Health of South Bend, an […]

Texans deserve better than this.

This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to allow Texas abortion providers to continue their legal challenge against Senate Bill 8 (SB 8) but did not grant relief from the law itself. […]

100 DAYS

It’s official: It’s been 100 days since Texas Senate Bill 8, the most extreme abortion ban in our country, went into effect. It’s also been 39 days since the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral […]