CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- This past weekend marks one year since Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision.

The decision to undo nearly 50 years of precedent had sweeping ramifications for tens of millions of women across the country. The ruling led to protests across the country.

Amy Hagstrom-Miller, president and CEO of Whole Woman’s Health, says it’s been a rough year for abortion providers and for many of the people who are seeking the health care services they provide.

Fourteen states have banned abortion as a whole.

Governor Glenn Youngkin has pushed for a state ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, but it has remained legal until viability -- which in Virginia is defined as 27 weeks.

Hagstrom-Miller says many people come to Virginia to receive care that has been banned in their home states.

"Virginia is, what we think of as an access state, a safe haven state, because we were able to roll back a lot of restrictions on abortion in Virginia in 2020,” she says. “It's really heartbreaking to see our country so divided, and to see really two different Americas emerging. Access to safe abortion care, including all types of health care, is a human right, and now we see people denied that care just because of their zip code."

Since the Dobbs decision, Hagstrom-Miller says her organization has increased the amount of days they are open as well as availability of doctors and nurses.

She says her clients are scared and uncertain of what their rights are and where they can get access to safe care.