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Womens' Healthcare

Women’s Healthcare Availability

By November 2, 2021August 9th, 2022No Comments

Please see the map and guide below for health care services from New Hampshire providers. These locations have not been affected by the new rule that requires Title X funding to not be sent to abortion facilities.

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Note: While NHRTL provides this list as a public service, we cannot be responsible for the fees or medical services provided by these clinics. Furthermore, information may be out of date or inaccurate; it is recommended that you contact the healthcare provider directly.

Click the top-left button on the map below to show the classes of providers or to show more than the first two classes. These include:

  • Federally Qualified Health Centers (shown): provide comprehensive health services (not just reproductive-related) regardless of ability to pay. They use a sliding fee scale based on income.
  • Pregnancy Resource Centers (shown): offer free assistance to those expecting a baby or who may be pregnant. Services can include pregnancy tests, abortion counseling, material support (like diapers and strollers), ultrasounds, classes, and more. Note that because these are donor-sponsored non-profits, they have no financial incentive to steer you towards aborting a child.
  • Prenatal, Gynecological and Obstetric clinics: Specialized clinics for mothers and pre-born children that may take regular health insurance or Medicaid (be sure to check with your plan). Some (especially charitable ones, like Catholic Medical Center) may offer reduced or no-fee options.
  • Family, Primary and Pediatric clinics: General practice medical providers who can meet a wide variety of medical needs. They may take regular health insurance or Medicaid (be sure to check with your plan).
  • STD Testing: Many Urgent Care Clinics and general testing locations offer relatively inexpensive STD testing to the public.
  • Adoption and Foster Care: Agencies that will assist expecting mothers who don’t feel ready to care for their children to find loving families for them.
  • WIC Clinic: Federal program clinics for low-income mothers and their children for heavily discounted or free food and nutrition counseling.
  • Resident Homes & Emergency Shelters: Offer shelter to mothers in need, both during and after pregnancy. Program details differ, so be sure to check with them.
  • Other Crucial Organizations: These can help with other needs, like food access, substance recovery, and domestic/sexual violence prevention.

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