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Benchmark Business Model

By September 14, 2022October 1st, 2022Uncategorized

Most of us who are reading this have grown up with reproductive healthcare rights. My daughters, sisters, nieces, circle of friends, their families and friends…all of us would never understand otherwise.

After all, it’s only us, along with our loved ones, who can make the decisions about our family planning, and therefore our economic futures. The decision when and if to become parents is entirely up to us, not the government.

Regardless of the recent SCOTUS ruling, we’re going to continue overseeing our own bodies and it’s also a critical time to help others be able to access their reproductive healthcare.

We simply won’t accept a ruling that codifies our economic inequality, and denies our right to both privacy and freedom. Forced pregnancy is inhumane (and it seems those who try to force pregnancies are also against contraception, child care support and the list goes on–who knew?).

That’s why I’m volunteering for the nonprofit Just The Pill  as it provides innovative, responsive healthcare solutions via both telemed and mobile clinic abortion services. Just The Pill is a benchmark business model for other clinics to replicate in order to help patients coming across state lines to terminate their pregnancies.

Just The Pill focuses on serving people who live in areas under restrictive, unnecessary regulation by legislators. Currently, it is illegal to get an abortion in 17 states with some states even restricting us against Telehealth-provided medical abortion.

Those from rural communities and/or who don’t have financial means to go far for abortion medical services are facing major hurdles to accessing the necessary care that will improve the quality of life for themselves and their families.

Just The Pill was founded in 2020 (yes during the pandemic) to improve access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare. Now, mobile clinics are responding to and serving hundreds of patients from the politically-motivated hostile states.

Let’s hope this benchmark business model is quickly replicated by other brick-and-mortar operations to be able to respond to the growing immediate healthcare crisis facing many women, girls and families across our country.

The medical professionals at Just The Pill understand, like most of us do, that each person should be able to make their own decision about whether or not to become pregnant or have children, and that these decisions most certainly support families.

“Lack of access to safe, timely, affordable and respectful abortion care poses a risk to not only the physical, but also the mental and social, well-being of women and girls.” World Health Organization 2022

We’re not the second class citizens a few legislators would like us to be, but rather people who’ll make our own personal abortion care decisions for our future.

This is why I’ve converted my tears of frustration into action to support patients who are under the care of the medical experts at Just The Pill.

Please consider supporting those who are on the front line responding to this health crisis to provide medication and mobile clinic abortion access. I hope you’ll follow @JustThePill, DONATE and/or Volunteer

VOTE midterm elections this November–we have work to do. Let’s put a stop to this dangerous healthcare intervention of government-mandated forced-pregnancy.

Every election at every level of government, VOTE only for reproductive freedom candidates–NARAL and Planned Parenthood endorsements HERE and HERE

Pro-choice candidates are pro-life (make no mistake that those claiming this term are actually anti-life quality). Abortion is basic healthcare and is part of supporting healthy families.

By the way, this is the article that first inspired me to contact Just The Pill: The Atlantic: Abortion Underground