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Abortion Resources in Arkansas

Following the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on June 24th, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge certified Act 180, which Governor Asa Hutchinson signed into law in 2019. This banned all abortions in Arkansas, except those saving the life of a pregnant person in a medical emergency. With this complete ban in place, Arkansans have no in-state access to safe abortions. Resources are available to provide support and guidance to people seeking abortion support.

Arkansas Abortion Support Network

Support Arkansas's abortion fund by donating to the Arkansas Abortion Support Network (AASN). Anyone looking for support and guidance can call 501-712-0671. Check out for more information about how to get access to abortion care.

Ozark Circle for Choice

Visit for information about how to get assistance from this organization. Consider donating to this Arkansas based org if you are able! Visit to learn more about what the reversal of Roe v. Wade means for Arkansans.

Abortion Finder

To find out-of-state abortion clinics, visit

Miscarriage and Abortion Hotline

Call 1-833-246-2632. Learn more at

Repro Legal Defense Fund

The raises money to cover bail and strong defenses for people who are investigated, arrested, or prosecuted for self-managed abortion.

Practical Support Organizations

Support orgs that are working to provide logistical assistance to people seeking abortions at

It is important now more than ever to show your support for people and communities that are devastatingly impacted by anti-abortion legislation across the country. Show your support by attending local protests, rallies, donating, volunteering, and sharing resources however you can. Two opportunities to get involved are...

Attend the Bentonville Reproductive Rights Rally

Join us for a pro-abortion community conversation along with abortion rights activists on July 4th at 12pm at the Orchards Park Pavilion.

Sign the Young Democrats of Arkansas Petition to allow for an exception for r*pe and incest, at the very least, in the Arkansas trigger law at

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