SAN ANTONIO — In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Alamo Women’s Reproductive Services is moving its practice from San Antonio to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Its sister clinic, Tulsa Women's Reproductive Services, is moving from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Carbondale, Illinois.
The move also follows the passage of Senate Bill 8 in Texas last September and the enforcement of a pre-Roe Texas law that bans nearly all abortions.
According to a statement on its website, both clinics will offer the same standard of abortion care, and vows it won’t stop caring for women across the U.S. who have lost the right to choose.
The clinic is currently taking donations. Alamo Women’s Reproductive Services said the donations will go to move its staff and set up clinics, and towards helping women get the health care they need.
Alamo Women’s Reproductive Services is not the first clinic to leave Texas since the overturn of Roe v. Wade. Whole Women’s Health announced earlier this month it will move its operations to New Mexico.