New Contraception Hotline Reaches Thousands
Inaugurated February 14, 1996, the Emergency Contraception Hotline had received over 6000 calls in its first three week, according to a March 8 update by its sponsors. The hotline provides callers with information about emergency contraception and the names and telephone numbers of health care providers who can prescribe it. Operated by the Reproductive Health Technologies Project, the hotline is available nationwide 24 hours a day in English and Spanish. The number is 1-800-584-9911, and a directory of providers can also be accessed on their Web site at http://opr.princeton.edu/ec/ec.html.
Media Resources: The Washington Post - March 19, 1996