Jane’s Due Process client services manager Irma Garcia writes about what it means to help undocumented teens access abortion.
Jane’s Due Process helps teens in Texas and beyond access birth control, STI testing and treatment, and other family planning services.
Rewire, August 2020
“The potential impact of this ban was even worse for teens than it was for adults.” – Rosann Mariappuram, Executive Director, Jane’s Due Process
SELF Magazin, June 2020
During their meeting on Thursday, the Austin City Council unanimously approved a $150,000 contract for Jane’s Due Process, an organization that assists pregnant minors in obtaining abortions.
The Texan, June 2020
Young people on TikTok are creating videos to offer a glimpse of their struggles and opinions with videos that discuss abortion, mental illness, or their political beliefs.
Rewire, June 2020
I was 17, I needed an abortion in Dallas, and I didn’t have the consent of my parents. I knew for sure that I wanted an abortion, but I didn’t know how to access care.
Rewire, May 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic grips our country and world, elected officials in Texas and across the country are using the crisis to further their anti-abortion agenda.
Rewire, April 2020
Jane’s Due Process executive director Rosann Mariappuram and four other reproductive justice leaders break down how we can bring comprehensive and affordable abortion care to the most marginalized among us.
Colorlines, January 2020
Texas-basd non-profit uses technology from Smooch to get difficult conversations started with pregnant teens in ways that feel familiar and comfortable to them.
Diginomica, February 2019