Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network (GRJAN)
If you live in Northeast Georgia and need help paying for an abortion at the Feminist Women's Health Center in Atlanta, funds from the Georgia Reproductive Access Network may be able to help pay for your procedure or cover some of the costs of transportation to the clinic.
To get help from GRJAN, you must first set up an appointment at the clinic. You can reach the clinic at 404-728-7907 or (toll-free) at 800-877-6013, or call their administrative line, 404-248-5455.
When you make your appointment, be sure to tell them that you need help paying for your abortion.
Other services: referral
GRJAN was established in 2011 by two women who saw and experienced the need for helping women in rural Georgia access abortion. The Fund began in the summer of 2011 and has since grown their organization to four board members, six major donors and ten volunteers. They first began funding women in 2012.
In 2012, the newly formed Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network was able to assist four women who otherwise could not have obtained their abortion.
GRJAN trains volunteers and holds fundraisers with an educational component.
Check out board member Melinda McKew's post, "My Abortion, My Activism: The Impact of Stigma," in the Women's Health Policy Report on November 20, 2012.
For abortion funds, raising money is half the battle, because they can’t help women unless they have something to give. Donating to your local abortion fund means giving a woman the resources she needs to make the choice that is right for her.
Donate to support GRJAN here. You can also write a check to GRJAN at PO Box 49036, Athens, GA 30304.