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Where to Get an Abortion

In Oregon

The following clinics offer abortion services. Click on the links below to find specific locations and oregon map graphicappointment availability:
This is not an exhaustive list. Your doctor's office/primary care provider or OB/GYN may also offer abortion services. They don't always advertise this, but you can ask them if you feel comfortable. If you have insurance coverage, you can also check with them to see if there are any in-network providers who offer abortion services. 

Abortion by Telemedicine

The following offer medication abortion by telemedicine/telehealth up to 11 weeks after someone's last period. This means that you may be able to meet with a provider virtually and have abortion medications mailed to you within Oregon, without needing to go to a clinic. Contact one of these clinics to find out more information. Other healthcare providers that offer telemedicine abortion can be found at Plan C.

Outside of Oregon

You can find information on providers nationally at:

You Should Know...

Some anti-abortion organizations set up "pregnancy resource centers" or "crisis pregnancy centers". These centers may look like abortion clinics or counseling centers, but for many of them, their goal is to prevent people from getting abortion care or birth control. They may offer free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds but are sometimes run by people who are not licensed medical professionals. They may also give you false information about your pregnancy, the risks of abortion, and birth control options. Read How to Spot and Avoid Fake Abortion Clinics for more information.*
If you feel you have been harmed by one of these centers in Oregon, please report your experience to the Oregon Reproductive Rights Hotline at (503) 431-6460. The Hotline is a free and confidential resource with an Oregon licensed attorney.
*OHA is not responsible for the content, including its accuracy, posted by the Reproductive Health Access Project.