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Traveling from Florida? 

Abortion care is safe and legal in Illinois and Virginia without bans or restrictions. Planned Parenthood health centers in both states have staff dedicated to help you get the care you need. Patient navigators can help you make travel arrangements and overcome barriers to travel, such as childcare and travel expenses. Appointments are readily available with no required wait times.

If you decide abortion is the right choice for you, you can schedule an appointment for your abortion or a consultation to discuss your options with our health care professionals.

Get the care you need quickly and without restrictions!

Considering Abortion?

If you’re pregnant and considering an abortion, we’re here to provide straightforward and medically-accurate information so you can make the decision that’s best for you. No judgment, no pressure. Just support.

Planned Parenthood offers the full range of abortion care options: procedural abortion and medication abortion. Both are safe, effective, and legal in Illinois and Virginia.

Abortion Centers in Illinois

Planned Parenthood of Illinois health care professionals will:

  • Discuss all options concerning pregnancy
  • Answer any questions you may have
  • Explain abortion procedures and discuss possible risks
  • Discuss birth control methods
  • Offer behavioral health services

 

Confidentiality

Parental consent for abortion is not required in the state of Illinois. No one will be given information about your visit without your written permission or unless required to by law.

Abortion Centers in Virginia

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood’s health care professionals will:

  • Discuss all options concerning pregnancy
  • Answer any questions you may have
  • Explain abortion procedures and answer your questions
  • Discuss birth control methods
  • Offer behavioral health services
     

Confidentiality

No one will be given information about your visit without your written permission or unless required to by law.

For those under 18, Virginia requires that one parent, grandparent, or adult sibling with whom a person lives give permission for an abortion, and separately that one parent, grandparent, or adult sibling with whom a person lives be told of a person’s decision to get an abortion 24 hours before the abortion takes place. A judge can excuse someone from both of these requirements. If you are under the age of 18 and need help talking with your parents or seeking judicial bypass we can help.

We’re Here to Help

If you are seeking abortion care, we’re here to help! Our abortion navigators can help you figure out everything from scheduling your appointment to coordinating financial assistance and travel arrangements.

Planned Parenthood also partners with independent abortion providers so you can help you find a trusted health care center that is most convenient for you and your needs.

 

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