Holler Health Justice (HHJ) is an entirely volunteer-run organization that advocates, educates, and provides direct services to ensure all West Virginian communities and individuals have power, access, and resources to be healthy and have agency over their lives.
HHJ's focus is on lifting up the voices of and helping to build power with West Virginian and Appalachian communities and individuals most disproportionately affected by health inequities, including people of color, those in rural areas, and LGBTQIA+folks.
We provide practical and financial abortion support to West Virginians and Appalachians through our abortion support hotline (1-833-HOLLER-WV).
We also provide free emergency contraception to West Virginians, including individuals, organizations, groups, and health care clinics.
Our work is entirely dependent upon contributions from supporters like you. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today.
HHJ BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our board of directors help guide the mission, vision, and values of Holler Health Justice. To be representative of the communities and individuals we're focused on lifting up and helping to build power—communities and individuals most disproportionately affected by health inequities—our board is majority people of color, LGBTQIA+, and low-income. In addition, because of the value we place in the power of young folks, our board is majority under the age of 30.
Our volunteer co-directors drive the day-to-day efforts of Holler Health Justice, including organizing logistics and raising resources to provide practical and financial support to West Virginians and Appalachians seeking abortions; overseeing our free emergency contraception program; and recruiting, training, and managing our regional network of volunteer leaders.