Other Abortion Funds
Blue Ridge Abortion Fund
434-963-0669 | Charlottesville, Virginia
Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project
888-847-1593 | Richmond, Virginia
DC Abortion Fund
202-452-7464 | Washington DC
Carolina Abortion Fund
855-518-4603 | North Carolina
Mountain Access Brigade
855-888-MAB8 | Knoxville, TN
Holler Health Justice
833-564-5379 | West Virginia
Kentucky Health Justice Network
855-576-4576 | Louisville, KY
Access Reproductive Care Southeast
855-227-2475 | Atlanta, GA
NAF Hotline Fund
National Abortion Federation
The NAF Hotline provides unbiased information about abortion, options counseling, and financial assistance. Hours: Weekdays 7am-11pm, Sat-Sun 9am-5pm. For referrals to abortion providers call 1-877-257-0012.
Call the hotline to learn about your options. All-Options provides unconditional and judgment-free support for people in all their decisions, feelings, and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, adoption and abortion, before and after their decision.
Exhale offers non-judgmental counseling for people who have had an abortion.
Connect & Breathe
Connect & Breathe creates a safe space to talk about abortion experiences by offering a talkline staffed by people trained to listen and provide unbiased support and encouragement of self-care.
Friends in Adoption
Friends in Adoption is a pro-choice adoption agency that can help you make the right decision.
An organization of people of diverse religious faiths who support reproductive justice. Faith Aloud offers phone counseling with supportive religious clergy.
Mountain Access Brigade Support Line
This support line is staffed by doulas who are trained to offer confidential emotional support for unplanned pregnancy and abortion decisions, who are knowledgeable about issues specific to the Appalachian community.
National Sexual Assault Hotline
The National Sexual Assault Hotline offers a range of free services for survivors of sexual assault, including confidential support from a trained staff member, counseling, basic legal & medical information, and local support resources. Live chat.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Live chat.
Women’s Resource Center of the NRV
Crisis line for survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the New River Valley.
NRVCS Crisis Hotline
Free phone counseling services for the New River Valley. Suicide and crisis intervention, mental health and substance abuse information, and referrals.
Miscarriage & Abortion Hotline
Support to self-manage your miscarriage or abortion.
Janes Due Process
866-999-5263 (call or text their hotline)
Offers information and support for any young person going through the judicial bypass process. Visit the Judicial Bypass Wiki if you’re a minor living in a state with parental consent laws.
Providing support for people having an abortion at home.
Women’s Resource Center of the New River Valley: Services for victims of domestic and sexual violence, including emergency housing, counseling, and a 24-hour crisis hotline, 540-639-1123.
Women’s Center at Virginia Tech
United Feminist Movement: A feminist community at Virginia Tech
Future Economy Collective: Southpaw is a volunteer-run cafe and community space. All proceeds made at the cafe are directly invested back into the community, funding mutual aid programs, community projects, and more. Request aid here. Online Shop.
Community Health Center of the New River Valley: Birth control, pap smears, and STI testing for low-income women and women without health insurance.
New River Valley Community Services: A community-based behavioral healthcare provider serving people who struggle with substance abuse, mental illness, and behavioral health issues. Call the crisis hotline at 540-961-8400.
New River Community Action: A variety of programs to improve the lives of low-income people, including services that address basic needs such as food, shelter, and utilities. To Our House is their winter overnight shelter.
Montgomery County Emergency Assistance Program: Serving the immediate, emergency, and temporary needs of low-income, unemployed, elderly or handicapped individuals and families in Montgomery County by providing food, clothing, household items and financial assistance.
New River Family Shelter: Emergency housing for families.
Literacy Volunteers of the New River Valley: A community-based literacy program that provides free one-to-one or small group tutoring in reading, writing, basic math, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), digital literacy and preparation for exams such as the GED and U.S. Citizenship tests.
Blacksburg Food Pantries: A list of current food pantries in Blacksburg and the New River Valley.
110 Roanoke St. Christiansburg, VA 24073 – 540.382.6186
120 Epperly Mill Rd, SW, Floyd, VA – 540.745.2102
516 Wenonah Ave., Pearisburg, VA 24134 – 540.921.2146
412 N. Jefferson Ave., Pulaski, VA 24301 – 540.980.5525
1608 W. Main St., Radford, VA 24141 – 540.320.7460
Montgomery County Prescription Discount Card: Free to all Montgomery County residents and may be printed by clicking on the link. The discount card offers an average of 20-29 percent off the retail price of commonly prescribed drugs. If you do not have prescription coverage, this card may provide a savings. If you do have prescription coverage, this card may provide an additional savings on prescriptions not covered under your existing plan.
Blacksburg Refugee Partnership: Support for refugee families in Blacksburg.
WIC: Provides nutritional support for eligible mothers & their babies. Women who qualify are covered through pregnancy and 1 year postpartum. Children remain eligible until age 5. Offices located in Christiansburg, Pulaski, Radford, and Roanoke.
CommonHelp: Apply for help with food, child care, heating and cooling bills, health care and cash assistance.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): Apply online for food assistance for low-income households (known colloquially as “food stamps”).
Virginia Managed Care: Virginia’s Medicaid program
New River Workers Power: A local independent working-class organization that seeks to build power for workers by workers and their allies across the region.
Looking Out for Each Other: New River Valley: Facebook mutual aid group.
Roanoke Mutual Aid: Facebook mutual aid group.
Roanoke Peoples’ Power Network: An independent working-class organization that seeks to build power in the streets, focused on the local struggles against poverty, white supremacy, LGBTQ oppression, sexism & state violence.
Virginia Harm Reduction Coalition: a Roanoke-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health of the community it serves by advocating for, developing, and implementing evidence-based solutions to address the adverse effects of drug use. They address health inequities faced by people who use drugs by providing outreach to marginalized, stigmatized, and criminalized populations, advocating for health policies that address their specific needs, and collaborating with other agencies to effectively meet those needs. Text or call 540-904-4718 to get free naloxone and supplies around Roanoke.
211 Virginia: Call 2-1-1. That is an information and referral line that is operated for the State Department of Social Services – it has all the resources for every part of the state, including the Roanoke Valley. There are a lot of different agencies to help, depending on the situation of the person, and the 2-1-1 operators are trained to collect the information and make referrals based on that information.
Roanoke HAT Team Central Intake: Coordinates financial assistance in the community for individuals at risk of homelessness. The program operates out of the HAT building on Salem Avenue in Roanoke. Call (540) 853-1163.
Roanoke Community Housing Resource Center: Prevents individuals and families from becoming homeless and rapidly rehouse those who are already homeless. Call (540) 266-7551.
Roanoke and Salem Food Resources: Map of resources to help feed you and your family.
Planned Parenthood Roanoke Health Center: Reproductive health services including abortion services (up to 13.6 weeks), birth control, HIV testing, emergency contraception, pregnancy/STD testing and more. 540-562-3457
Roanoke Medical Center for Women: Provides first trimester medical abortions (up to 8 weeks) and surgical abortions (up to 13 weeks). 540-981-1246
If/When/How – Lawyers for Reproductive Justice: If you or someone you know is being investigated, detained, arrested, or concerned they might be questioned by the police for having an abortion, contact the Repro Legal Helpline.
Judicial Bypass Wiki: What to do if you’re a minor seeking an abortion in a state with parental consent laws.
Jane’s Due Process: Offers information and support for any young person going through the judicial bypass process.
SASS: Self Managed Abortion, Safe and Supported
Abortion on Our Terms: Realizing the potential of medication abortion to take back control and enable anyone who chooses this option to end their pregnancy safely, effectively, privately – on their own terms.
Plan C: Provides comprehensive information on self-managed abortion
Safe2choose: This website provides information about safe medical abortion.
Women Help Women – Get Abortion Pills: Women Help Women is a medical abortion service provided by an international group of pro-choice activists, doctors, and other medical experts. Get contraceptives.
Women on Web: An online medical abortion service that helps you get an abortion with pills. You need to complete an online consulation with a doctor before the pills (mifepristone and misoprostol) will be delivered to you.
Guttmacher Institute: The Alan Guttmacher Institute is a nonprofit organization focused on sexual and reproductive health research, policy analysis, and public education.
Access to Abortion: National Abortion Federation Factsheet
Economics of Abortion: National Abortion Federation Factsheet
Increasing Access to Abortion for Women in Diverse Communities: National Abortion Federation