When you are looking for information on the web related to women’s health, how do you know which websites to trust from the Google?? Especially since, for some reason, women’s health is so controversial and political (*major eye roll*). We are here to help you! Here are some of our favorite, most-trusted sites for all kinds of information. Have some you love? Let us know what they are!
General Women’s Health
Of course, the first site we love the most is our very own Northland Family Planning website. We have put so much time, love, and energy into our site to make sure that you have a safe space to find information about abortion, pregnancy options, women’s health, and more. Check out our comprehensive resource link page and call us if you have questions.
Other great sites for general information include:
- National Women's Health Information Center a service of the Office on Women’s Health in the Department of Health and Human Services, provides a gateway to the vast array of Federal and other women’s health information resources.
- Sex, Etc.is on a mission to improve teen sexual health across the country! They’ve helped teens with answers to their question about sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation and more!
- National Abortion Federation has created a space especially for exploring your options once you know you are pregnant. They are a trusted and reputable resource for unbiased information on pregnancy choices.
- All Options, formerly known as Backline, is an incredible organization that “uses direct service and social change strategies to promote unconditional, judgment-free support for people in all of their decisions, feelings, and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption.” They have a talkline that you can call to find support and talk over your options.
- The Pregnancy Options Workbook is a resource we actively use in our clinics and have trusted for years. Check them out.
- Bedsider is a super great site that is honest, informative, and sex positive. The goal is “to help women find the method of birth control that’s right for them and learn how to use it consistently and effectively, and that's it.”
- Plan B One Step is the official site of Plan B, also known as the morning after pill. Check them out for manufacturer information.
We hope these sites help you find all the information you need, in a safe and trustworthy environment.