Press & Resources


In the News | PIX 11 | Birth control available from a pharmacist without a prescription

In the News | Crain’s Health Pulse | New Yorkers can now access hormonal birth control without prescription

In the News | Politico Playbook | Rochelle Rodney named Co-Executive Director of NYBCAP

In the News | City and State First Reads | NYS Attorney General Letitia James joins NYBCAP to announce Rochelle Rodney as Co-Executive Director

Op-Ed | The Kiosk | Student Association and Governing Council rep Genesis Fernandez plans to bring affordable birth control to CUNY SPS

In the News | WENY News | Legislation to expand birth control access on SUNY campuses

In the News | Erie News Now | Legislation to expand birth control access on SUNY campuses

In the News | CNY Central | Upstate Medical University becomes first SUNY with vending machine offering contraceptives

In the News | The Daily Orange | Upstate University becomes first SUNY with emergency contraception vending

In the News | The Spirit | First Morning-After Pill Vending Machines in CUNY System Installed at John Jay

In the News | Fox 5 | Emergency Contraception in John Jay Vending Machine 

In the News | Pix11 | Birth control vending machines unveiled on CUNY campus

In the News | Pix11 | CUNY school installs new emergency contraception vending machines

Press Release | John Jay College | Responding to Student Advocacy, John Jay Installs Emergency Contraception Vending Machines

Op-Ed by Rochelle Rodney | NYN Media | The fight for bodily autonomy is bigger than abortion

Press Conference | Governor Hochul Signs the Birth Control Access Act | Rochelle Rodney’s speech (Minute 16)

In the News | News12 | Gov. Hochul signs new legislation expanding access to birth control

In the News | Times Union | Birth control access bill advances in N.Y. legislature

In the News | NY Daily News| N.Y. lawmakers eye expanding reproductive rights, access to birth control in wake of Supreme Court bombshell

In the News | NYC expands birth control access amid nationwide challenges to abortion

Op-Ed | NY Daily News | What New York can do to expand reproductive freedom – Jenna Bimbi

In the News | Crain’s New York | Advocates eye pharmacies for expanding birth-control access

Press Release from Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney | Following Dobbs oral argument advocates call for reproductive justice and health equity

Op-Ed | Lawmakers, let pharmacists prescribe contraceptives

In the News | Bill would expand access to birth control in New York

Op-Ed | Pharmacists prescribing contraception increases choice and access for NYC’s marginalized communities

Op-Ed | Contraceptive Deserts hurt Women Most in Need

Press Release from Attorney General James | Demands Health Insurance Providers Obey the Law, Protect Women’s Access to Birth Control

Research | Dr. Maria Rodriguez – Oregon Health & Science University – Research & Estimates

Letter to the Editor | The Wave: Vending Health & Safety by Gabrielle Galluzzi, Associate Board Member

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FAQ: The ins and outs of 12 months of birth control dispensed at one time.

Bedsider Online birth control support network for women 18-29 operated by Power to Decide, the campaign to prevent unplanned pregnancy.

Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Book an appointment, even if you don’t have health insurance.

HITE Online resource directory connecting New Yorkers with free and low-cost health and social services.

Callen Lorde Offering sex-positive, safe and supportive prevention and screening for sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) for patients, as well as walk-in testing and treatment to people who are not patients.

The Door Provides youth health services.

Family Planning Benefit Program The FPBP is a public health insurance program for New Yorkers who need family planning services, but may not be able to afford them. It is intended to increase access to confidential family planning services and to enable teens, women and men of childbearing age to prevent and/or reduce the incidence of unintentional pregnancies.

Layla advice about sex, relationships, and even those embarrassing intimate questions about common infections.

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Statement of Principles

In the News: Emergency contraception in vending machines