Lilith Fund is offering direct financial assistance for non-abortion reproductive healthcare

Lilith Fund has been forced to pause direct funding of abortion care while we evaluate the impact of the decision by the United States Supreme Court in the Jackson Women’s Health v. Dobbs case. 

As of August 2022, Lilith Fund is offering direct financial assistance for non-abortion reproductive healthcare with our trusted partner clinics, including ultrasounds, screenings, contraceptives, counseling, and more. We are assisting Texans who are traveling out of state for care, along with Texans seeking care within our service areas (Austin, Houston, and San Antonio). We continue to offer information about pregnancy options, resources, and referrals for all Texans who call us. 

While we are still unable to provide funding for abortions, we are proud to be able to show up for Texans who need to access to essential healthcare. 

If you live in Texas and would like to talk to Lilith Fund, please call 1.877.659.4304 on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between 7am-10am CST and leave a message. A member of our team will call you back. You can also visit for a list of resources. 

Lilith Fund provides assistance to clients going to the following Texas clinics:

✅ Houston Womens Reproductive Services

✅ Austin Women’s Health Center

✅ Aarons/TX Ambulatory

Lilith Fund also works with clinics in other states, including:

✅ New Mexico

✅ Kansas

✅ Colorado

✅ and more!

We are always building partnerships with clinics and providers, so please contact our hotline if you need help paying for your appointment!

We will continue to build reproductive justice programming to meet community needs in compliance with the new law. While we are forced to comply with the new law, we will continue to organize and build power with our communities to ultimately change it. If you have any questions about the recent Supreme Court decision and its impact on our work, you can learn more here

Lilith Fund is endeavoring to comply with all applicable laws and regulations to the best of its understanding and ability, including (but not limited to) all of the Texas laws restraining and/or prohibiting the provision of abortion services that have become effective in recent months, including those triggered or rendered effective by the Supreme Court’s decision in the Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs case. The information contained on this website is intended for informational purposes only, and does not constitute legal advice.