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Abortion Information for Patients

PPAZ offers surgical abortion services up to 15 weeks for people who are 18+ and medication abortion for up to 11 weeks and at our Flagstaff, Glendale, Tempe and Tucson locations. State law requires patients to undergo an initial visit consisting of pregnancy confirmation with ultrasound and physician counseling, then wait 24 hours before an abortion procedure.  

If you are more than 15 weeks pregnant, it is legal for you to travel out of state to seek abortion services. Our Patient Navigator is available to help you find a qualified provider out of state and with your travel arrangements, including child care. 

You can call to make an appointment for a pregnancy check and/or abortion consultation at any of these health centers.

Types of Abortion Services

At Planned Parenthood Arizona, we offer both medication abortion (the abortion pill) and in-center (surgical) abortion services. 

Cost & Funding

Fees are are adjusted depending on an individual's income and number of dependents. 

Accommodations & Transportation

Call or email our Patient Navigator for assistance with transportation, lodging, gas and childcare needs.



Know Your Rights.

Abortion is legal in Arizona, when provided by a licensed physician, with the following restrictions:

  • Abortion beyond 15 weeks of pregnancy is not permitted.
  • Abortion for reasons of fetal race, sex or genetic abnormality is not permitted. 
  • If you are under 18, a parent or legal guardian must give you permission to get an abortion. Visit Minors & Abortion Law page for more resources and information. If getting permission of a parent or guardian is not an option for you, you can seek a judicial bypass (JB) by calling the JB Helpline at 844.868.2812.

Connect with our Patient Navigator

Our Patient Navigator can help you to find a convenient location for abortion care, and may be able to help you with expenses like travel, lodging, and childcare. 

Learn More

Do you want to talk to someone about your medication abortion?

Educators at Aya Contigo, a chat service designed to provide emotional support to people about medication abortions, are available in real time to provide information when you need it. Only available in the US.

*This link takes you away from the Planned Parenthood site. Planned Parenthood is not responsible for nor does it endorse any legal, medical, or other advice or information provided by any of the entities identified or referenced herein or by any other third parties, whether referenced herein or not.

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Help Expand Access to Reproductive Freedom for all Patients 

Our Patient Access Fund will cover provide coverage for essential sexual and reproductive health care services outside of abortion care, and logistical support, which includes transportation, gas card, childcare, hotel, etc, to patients in Arizona who need, but cannot afford, these services. Your gift would help ensure that no patient is turned away from care due to inability to pay or their zip code.


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