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Pregnancy, Birthing & Reproductive Justice

Local Clinics & Providers

The following are links to trained medical service providers. These organizations are commited to providing women accurate and complete information.

Be aware of "fake clinics", otherwise known as Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs). They pose as legitimate health centers and offer free pregnancy tests. Some fake clinics coerce and intimidate women out of considering abortion as an option, and prevent women from receiving neutral and comprehensive medical advice. They are typically run by volunteers who are not licensed medical professionals. If you would like more information about CPCs in the area please call the Women's Center at 760-750-4988.


Planned Parenthood of San Diego & Riverside Counties

Provides affordable reproductive health services for women and men. Some of their services include: Birth control, abortions, emergency contraceptives, STD testing and treatment, and HIV testing.Click here for a list of nearby clinics

Vista Community Clinic
Provides a wide variety of affordable health services including sexual health, women's health, and family planning services.

Student health and Counseling Center
Our campus health center provides free/low cost birth control, gynecological exams, pregnancy tests, and options counseling.

The Gender Equity Center offers free pregnancy tests, condoms and dental dams. Stop by any time to pick some up!


Natural Birthing Resources

Center for Natural Birth San Diego
Provides midwifery services, birthing classes, pre-pregnancy counseling, nurtitional counseling, birth photography, and doula training.

San Diego Midwife
San Diego Midwife is a comprehensive midwifery practice providing a wide range of midwifery services for both home and hospital birth mothers across San Diego County.

Birth Matters
At Birth Matters our goal is to assist the birthing couple through their journey of pregnancy, labor and birth and throughout the sometimes challenging yet fulfilling postpartum period.  We support each individual with a holistic approach through these natural processes and assist and encourage each family to seek out the information they need to make the right choices for there personal individualized care.

Women's Health Center of Fallbrook
Focused on providing a natural birth experience whether it is in the home, birth center or hospital - we will do everything we can to make your choice a memorable one.

Birth Roots Women's Health Care & Maternity Center
The home birth care package and the birth center package with Birth Roots each include prenatal, labor and birth, postpartum and newborn care.  Scroll down for additional services, including Labor Doula Services, Monitrice Services, VBAC, Water Birth and Well Woman Care.

UCSD Birth Center
The Birth Center environment supports the personal experience desired by many women when bringing their babies into the world. It provides family-centered maternity care in a comfortable, home-like setting, including four spacious birthing suites (furnished with double and queen sized beds, rocking chairs and homey antiques). However, because The Birth Center is located at the UCSD Medical Center in Hillcrest, patients are just minutes away from the latest technology and state-of-the-art obstetrical/neonatal units if needed.

Best Start Birth Center San Diego
Best Start Birth Center exists in order to improve the health and well being of mothers, babies, and their families. The birth center is organized to give women high quality choices, satisfying experiences, and healthy outcomes.

 

Reproductive Justice Advocacy


Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice

ACRJ is a grassroots community-based organization based in Oakland, California. We work with communities and organizations to advance reproductive justice on a local, state and national level. Our two core strategies are community organizing and movement building.


Black Women for Reproductive Justice
Our mission is to help Black women and girls realize reproductive justice.¿We seek to build a grassroots constituency organized to collectively affect changes in the public and private institutions and policies that prevent us from obtaining optimum reproductive and sexual health.


California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ)

California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ) is a statewide policy and advocacy organization whose mission is to advance California Latinas' reproductive health and rights within a social justice and human rights framework. CLRJ strives to ensure that policy developments reflect Latinas' priority needs, as well as those of their families and their communities.


Know More Say More
kNOw MORE is a national pubic awareness campaign of the Family Violence Prevention Fund that is working to educate youth about the reproductive health consequences of violence and sexual coercion. Its aim is to open a dialogue and find a common language on the issue. kNOw MORE offers a variety of resources including screening tools for healthcare providers.


National Latina Institue for Reproductive Health

The mission of NLIRH is to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health and justice for Latinas, their families and their communities through public education, community mobilization and policy advocacy.


Pro-Choice Public Education Project

Pep is a national reproductive justice organization that works to engage and inform organizations, young women, transgender and gender non-conforming young people, ages 16-25, especially those whose voices are not heard in spaces where sexual and reproductive health and rights are addressed.


Quick Health Data Online

This free health statistics database hosts extensive information on a wide range of concerns; including reproductive health, violence against women, sexual assault, physical violence and prevention. Data is available for all 50 states and U.S. territories and can be shorted by race, ethnicity, gender, and age. The database allows you to create different kinds of data tables, maps, and graphs.


SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective

SisterSong is building a movement for reproductive justice. We mobilize women of color around our lived experiences by: bringing women of color together, encouraging our collective sustainability through mentoring and self-help, providing a framework that resonates with our lived experience, and organizing and mobilizing to affect change.


Third Wave Foundation

Third Wave is led by a board of young women, men, and transgender activists striving to combat inequalities that we ourselves face as a result of our age, gender, race, sexual orientation, economic status, or level of education. By empowering young women and transgender youth nationwide, Third Wave is building a lasting foundation for young feminists around the country.

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Stay connected to the Gender Equity Center!

Phone: 760.750.4988

Email: genderequity@csusm.edu

Website: www.csusm.edu/geneq 

Location: Commons 203

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