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Health Care is a Human Right

At Planned Parenthood of Illinois, we take pride in providing sexual and reproductive health care to everyone regardless of immigration status. We are one of the state’s leading health care providers, committed to serving nearly 100,000 patients annually across 18 health centers statewide.

Our Commitment to You

We understand the importance of privacy and confidentiality. Your immigration status will never affect the quality of care you receive. Planned Parenthood is dedicated to providing health care services in a respectful and supportive manner.

Translation Services Available

Our multicultural, Spanish-speaking staff are ready to assist you at all our health centers. Translation services are also available. Please let us know your language preference when making an appointment and we will make sure that a translator is available for you. 

Whether you're in-person visits or through telehealth services, we are here for you – no matter what. Your well-being is our top priority, and we strive to create a safe and welcoming environment for all. Make an appointment today! 

Our Services

Need help paying for your visit? 

Our Patient Navigator team can help you access financial assistance for your abortion visit and offer sliding scale fees to ensure that cost is not a barrier to your healthcare. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I receive services at Planned Parenthood of Illinois regardless of my immigration status?

Yes, Planned Parenthood of Illinois doors are open to all people, regardless of your immigration status. Your status will not affect your ability to receive care.

Do I need an address to schedule an appointment?

You do not need a permanent address to schedule an appointment or receive care at Planned Parenthood of Illinois. You may also use a shelter or temporary address if you prefer. 

Do I need to schedule an appointment or are walk-ins available?

You can schedule an appointment online or by-phone. We also offer telehealth and same-day appointments. Call 877-200-7745 to book a same day appointment.

How can I access translation services during my appointment?

Spanish-speaking staff are available at all of our health centers. Translation services are also available. Please let us know your language preference when making an appointment and we will make sure that a translator is available for you.

How much will my visit cost and how do I pay? Is there financial assistance available?

The cost of services varies. Planned Parenthood of Illinois offers a variety of payment options for health services. We accept cash, money orders, debit cards, and all major credit cards. 

We also have financial assistance available for those who qualify. Our Patient Navigator team works with a network of organizations that can help you access funds for those seeking abortion care in Illinois. Call 877-200-7745 or visit ppil.org/ilcare to get more information.

If you're uninsured or paying out of pocket, we offer a sliding scale fee, adjusting fees depending on your income. 

Is my visit confidential?

Your safety and privacy is our top priority. Your visit is completely prviate and confidential. We will not share your personal information or health records unless given permission to do so. 

Can I get birth control without a prescription? How much does birth control cost? 

Planned Parenthood of Illinois’ Access Birth Control program provides free birth control to eligible patients so they can get the most effective birth control that’s right for them. Call 877-200-7745 or visit ppil.org/abc to learn more.

Can Planned Parenthood of Illinois help me navigate the healthcare system in the U.S.?

Yes, our enrollment team can help you sign up for health insurance and discover your healthcare coverage options. Call 877-200-7745 or visit ppil.org/getcovered to learn more.

What other resources are available to me?

Planned Parenthood of Illinois works with a network of community services. We can help bridge you to the services you need. 


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