Formerly NARAL Pro-Choice Montana
We all deserve the right to make decisions about our own bodies.

The ability to control what happens with our own body is essential to human dignity.

Who We Are

We are a Montana-based non-profit organization working to advance gender equity, sexual health, and reproductive freedom through public education, communications, policy advocacy, and movement-building.

We believe that the right to bodily autonomy is essential to the human experience. Every one of us, including adolescents, should be able to make decisions about our bodies, our relationships, and how we live our lives. In order to do that, we must live in a world that enables unfettered access to information, healthcare, and support. 

What We Do

For too long, the abortion rights movement has operated in a silo – moving in parallel rather than in collaboration with others who are also fighting for our fundamental human rights. It’s time we organize and build our collective power. Together, we can achieve long-lasting and sustainable victories that liberate us all.

We recognize that the threats we face are inextricably linked to one another; they are rooted in and perpetuated by the systems of white supremacy, capitalism, and patriarchy. We have therefore expanded our mission to include gender equity and sexual health, in addition to reproductive freedom, to enact a more expansive and impactful strategy that works across issues that are so closely woven together.

Our Commitment to
Justice & Equity

We acknowledge that we are on the land of the Apsáalooke (Crow), Anii, Niitsítapi (Blackfeet), Selis-Qlispe (Salish-Kootenai), and Tséstho’e (Cheyenne) peoples, as well as the Gros Ventre, Assiniboine, Sioux, Little Shell Chippewa (Annishinabe and Métis), and Northern Cheyenne (Tsetsêhesêstâhase and So’taa’eo’o) peoples, and many others who call this land home.

Montanans for Choice is committed to building meaningful relationships that are based in learning, respect, and trust. We follow the wisdom, guidance, and expertise of Indigenous leaders when working in partnership to advance our collective freedom. We honor Indigenous sovereignty.

We recognize the historical and ongoing injustices faced by People of Color and Indigenous communities as it relates to bodily autonomy and sexual, reproductive, and maternal health. We are committed to using our power and privilege to disrupt systems of oppression. We respect and are grateful for the visionary leadership of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in movements of liberation and justice.

Montanans for Choice seeks to listen, learn, and lead in dismantling systemic inequities.

  • We work to end government bans on federal and other forms of public funding for essential healthcare
  • We aim to end accessibility deserts
  • We support abortion access as early as possible and as late as necessary
  • We work in coalition to enact more culturally competent, compassionate, and person-centered care
Our Team

Montanans for Choice is led by an Executive Director and a Board of Directors who are supported by a small but mighty staff. Our team represents public health researchers, social scientists, communications specialists, development professionals, and Indigenous leaders. Together, we have decades of experience in abortion advocacy, maternal and child health, sexual violence prevention, improving access to essential medicines, global humanitarian response, and deep knowledge of sexual and reproductive health policy.

We work together to increase understanding and support for abortion and gender-affirming care. In partnership with allies and co-conspirators, we foster a sense of community around our shared values of freedom, justice, and autonomy. We strive to live and work in alignment with our values.

We are determined to see a world where everyone can live authentically in their bodies, express their gender identity without compromise, and love who they choose. We will continue our efforts until everyone can access the healthcare they need, including abortion, contraception, infertility care, prenatal, birth, and postpartum care, in their local communities and with love and support.