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Everyone should have reproductive freedom.

That’s why we’re giving free Emergency Contraception to people across the U.S.

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You’ve spoken! In only 24 hours, 5,000 people got access to free Emergency Contraception.

We’ve reached the sign-up limit, but there are still thousands who live in contraceptive deserts, without proper access to birth control or reproductive health services. You can help by donating to our campaign with Power To Decide.

What exactly is emergency contraception (EC) and how do I use it?

Emergency contraception (EC) is a single-dose pill. It is a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or missed birth control doses. EC should be taken within 72 hours (3 days) of having unprotected sex. EC is FDA approved, safe for women of all ages, and contains a hormone that’s similar to what’s in regular birth control pills.

No, emergency contraception is not an “abortion pill.” Think of it as a higher dose of birth control.

Just like typical birth control pills, the EC pill delays ovulation and thickens the cervical mucus so the egg doesn’t meet the recently-released sperm for fertilization. Taking EC won’t affect a woman’s fertility, end a current pregnancy, or harm a developing fetus.

In order to receive your free EC pill, we’ll need the info below.

While supplies last, Pill Club will be distributing emergency contraception through our care package. Your free EC will be limited to certain products based on availability, but will not include the product MyWay. Don’t worry, you won’t be charged and we won’t share your information with anyone outside of Pill Club.


* By clicking the button above, I represent that I am the person whose name is stated on this form and that I am requesting the emergency contraception for my own personal use as I may be in need of such a product.

** The Pill Club will be running this free emergency contraception offer beginning on August 6th at 6am pst and will run though November 4th, 2019 at 6am pst. The Pill Club may revoke this offer at at time at its sole discretion. You are not required to purchase or enroll as a patient for any other Pill Club services in order to be eligible for this free offer.

Join Pill Club’s#freedomtodecidemovement. We’ve teamed up with Power To Decide to increase birth control access across the country. We’ll match all donations up to $10,000.

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Recent policies greatly limit people's access to affordable birth control and abortion resources.

Several U.S. states have passed strict limitations on abortion. Alabama’s governor, in particular, recently signed a Senate bill into law that bans abortion in the state - even in cases of rape or incest.

Of utmost concern to us is ban language that includes restrictions on sex education and birth control. Currently, abortion is still legal in the United States, yet the recent bans directly threaten reproductive freedom - not only for people in the affected states, but potentially for the entire country. Limitations may increase, restricting your ability to make choices about your own health.

Where Pill Club stands on the issue.

Pill Club was built on the freedom to decide, with a mission to provide our patients with affordable and convenient access to reproductive healthcare. Limits on reproductive rights are in direct opposition to our company’s values.


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