Thank you for your interest in the National Women’s Law Center’s work combatting discriminatory refusals to provide reproductive healthcare!

We created this form to collect stories from people who experienced a refusal by a pharmacy to fill their prescription for emergency contraception, birth control, or other drugs used for reproductive healthcare needs (like miscarriage management or abortion).

We recognize what you have been through may not be easy to talk about, and appreciate the trust you have placed in us by being willing to share your story. This information helps us with our advocacy efforts.

While we will do our best to respond to every inquiry, please note that we are a small team and, depending on the volume of responses that we receive, there may be a delay in responding.

Please note that contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. While NWLC does provide free legal representation to a few individuals, we are unable to assist everyone who contacts us.

Even if NWLC is unable to respond to your inquiry, you may have a legal claim. Virtually all legal claims are subject to time limits called “statute of limitations,” and other important deadlines, some of which are as short as 180 days (about six months) for when the wrongful act or injury occurred. You may wish to consult with a private attorney. You can check with your state’s Bar Association for a directory of attorneys in your area.

Note: Please do not send confidential information, especially confidential medical information, to us. We reserve the right to report misuse of this form, including the submission of threatening or abusive language  

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