California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom

A woman knows what's best for her and her family
Our Mission
The California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) is a statewide alliance of nearly 50 organizations working to promote sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. CCRF supports and facilitates member-driven initiatives including strategic communication, collaboration and collective policy advocacy to benefit California’s diverse women, youth and communities.

Special Recent Posts

Naral Pro-Choice California releases report on California's Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Naral Pro-Choice California releases report on California's Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Today, NARAL Pro-Choice California released findings from an undercover investigation that reveals that crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) in California pose a danger to public health. CPCs deceive and m[...]
National Clinic Access Project releases its 2014 report on Clinic Violence

National Clinic Access Project releases its 2014 report on Clinic Violence

Feminist Majority Foundation releases its 2014 report on Clinic Violence. Excerpted from the Executive Summary: The 2014 National Clinic Violence Survey is the first comprehensive nationwide[...]
BJOG Releases MPT Special Supplement (PDF)

BJOG Releases MPT Special Supplement (PDF)

Prevention that can prevent both unintended pregnancy along with Sexually Transmitted Infections, including HIV, could be available in the near future according to experts in a special edition of the [...]
NEW REPORT RELEASED ON COMPENSATION IN THE SOCIAL JUSTICE SECTOR

NEW REPORT RELEASED ON COMPENSATION IN THE SOCIAL JUSTICE SECTOR

A new report from RoadMap, The Wages of Peace and Justice, provides information about the staff salary and benefits trends among community organizing and adovcacy organizations. The report shows that [...]
CCRF MEMBERS FEATURED ON CALIFORNIA HEALTHLINE  SPECIAL REPORT

CCRF MEMBERS FEATURED ON CALIFORNIA HEALTHLINE SPECIAL REPORT

In a California Healthline Special Report by Kenny Goldberg, experts discussed how legislation could potentially expand access to one type of abortion, particularly in rural, underserved areas of Cali[...]
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