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Thanks to the decades of hard work of our people of color in our communities, coalition groups and political leaders, New Mexicans came together in 2020 to repeal an unconstitutional, outdated, pre-Roe v. Wade statute that criminalized abortion in almost all circumstances.


We wanted to prepare for the fall of Roe v. Wade falls, protecting access to safe and legal care in New Mexico — And we won.

Reproductive healthcare
is NOT a crime

Every person deserves access to safe and legal healthcare without fear or penalty.

Healthcare providers should not be criminally charged for providing care that people need.


of rural New Mexicans agreed that they could hold their own moral views about abortion and still trust a woman and her family to make decisions about abortion for themselves,


of rural New Mexicans surveyed agreed, “Whether due to the loss of pregnancy, abortion care, or prenatal care, women deserve to be supported + respected and not shamed when seeking reproductive healthcare.”


Native Americans in New Mexico believe they can hold their own moral views about abortion and still trust a woman and her family to make this decision for themselves.”


Of Catholics agreed that they could hold their own moral views about abortion and still trust a woman and her family to make decisions about abortion for themselves

Even after the SCOTUS ruling on Roe, is abortion still legal in New Mexico?


In New Mexico, we stand firm in our values of respect and compassion.  Abortion care is healthcare, and we will remain steadfast in our work for timely access to quality reproductive healthcare for New Mexico families and others coming to our state to receive care. 






Make your own decisions about sexual and reproductive health care.

Receive care without experiencing discrimination.

Get an abortion, have a baby, or get contraception without anyone else's permission but your own.

Get tested or treated for STIs without anyone else's permission but your own.

You do not have to tell health center staff if you are undocumented or that you do not have a social security number. 

Ok, but what about

Self-Managed Abortion?

Yup, still legal and accessible! 

State-level bans are on the rise, but abortion is unstoppable.

Anti-abortion politicians who know nothing about our lives have no business making decisions for us about if, when and how we choose to start or grow a family. We need clinics in our communities and pills in our hands. Before we get to abortion pills, let’s talk about self-managed abortion!

How can I get 

Abortion Pills in My Hands?

Hold up! You may be in a state that restricts access to abortion, but there are other ways of access that may still be possible. Try these methods:

Aid Access

Online Pharmacies

Mail Forwarding

Pickup in Mexico

Visit Plan C Pills to Learn More

Need help paying for your pills?

Thankfully, abortion funds are in most states, including New Mexico, and are ready to get you the help you need.

Mariposa Fund

Indigenous Women Rising

New Mexico Religious Coalition 

for Reproductive Choice

Not in New Mexico? Find your nearest fund


funds also accept donations!

Have more questions or need emotional support?

You've got your pills and you're ready to go. If you have more questions or need someone to talk to, help is only a call, text, or click away!

M+A Hotline: 

The Miscarriage and Abortion Hotline team is made up of pro-abortion clinicians with years of experience in caring for miscarriage and abortion. They will not ask for names of personal information and are available to call or text.

Exhale Pro-Voice Hotline: 

Exhale is a talkline service that helps individuals process their feelings and emotions around abortion. 

All-Options Helpline

The All-Options Helpline offers unbiased, judgement-free support to individuals in the full spectrum of pregnancy experiences including pregnancy, abortion, adoption, parenting, miscarriage, after-abortion, and infertility.

If/When/How Legal Helpline

If/When/How's free, confidential helpline gives information about your legal rights regarding self-managed abortion. The information is clear about legal rights, what the law is, and how it has been used.




When prescribed, a person

takes the first part of the medication, mifepristone, blocking the progesterone from further developing the pregnancy.

Then, the person takes the second part of the medication, misoprostol, causing the uterus to contract.

What is self-managed abortion?

Self-managed abortion (SMA) is a way to end a pregnancy outside a clinical setting. Abortion pills are prescribed by a doctor and taken in the privacy and comfort of the pregnant person’s chosen, private space. 

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Planned Parenthood
Address: 701 San Mateo Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Phone Number: (505) 265-9511

UNM Center for Reproductive Health
Address: 2301 Yale Blvd SE suite e, Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone Number: (505) 925-4455

Southwest Women's Options
Address: 522 Lomas Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone Number: (505) 242-7512

Santa Fe

Planned Parenthood
Address: 730 St Michaels Dr,
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone Number: (505) 982-3682


Planned Parenthood
Address: 1308 E 20th St., Farmington,
NM, 87401
Phone Number: (505)

Las Cruces

Alamo Women's Clinic
Address: 10151 Montgomery Blvd NE, Bldg 3, Unit B Albuquerque, NM 87111
Phone Number: 1 (800)821-7237

Planned Parenthood, Las Cruces Health Center
Address: 2525 S. Telshore Ave. St. 200,
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone Number: (575) 386

Las Cruces Women's Health Organization
Address: 2918 Hillrise Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone Number: (575) 888-46

Full Circle Health Center
Address: 210 W Las Cruces Ave, Las Cruces, NM 88005
Phone Number: (575) 222

Whole Woman's Health
Address: 718 Lomas Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM
Phone Number: (505) 441-2259




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New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

The New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice is a faith-rooted group that supports the reproductive freedom and dignity of everyone. We recognize that a decision to have an abortion is deeply personal.

Indigenous Women Rising

IWR is committed to honoring Native & Indigenous People’s inherent right to equitable and culturally safe health options through accessible health education, resources and advocacy.


Mariposa Fund

The Mariposa Fund helps pay for undocumented people seeking abortion services. 


Find an Abortion Fund in Your State

There are are abortion funds in every state to get you the help you need. Whether that be getting help paying for your abortion, travel expenses, childcare and post-abortion care. Find an abortion fund near you. 



ACLU Of New Mexico
Forward Together NM Report:  
Report: Attitudes Toward Reproductive Health Policy Among Rural New Mexicans
SASS: Self Managed Abortion; Safe & Supported
All Options: Providing Emotional Support for Abortion Mini Training
Bold Futures NM
Abortion On Our Own Terms
Apiary: Become a Practical Support Volunteer
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