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Planned Parenthood of Illinois is here to provide compassionate and confidential reproductive healthcare, no matter what.

You might be eligible for FREE birth control at PPIL! Learn more here.

Learn about Planned Parenthood of Illinois' patient services and resources:

Telehealth Services

Patients can use telehealth for visits related to:

  • Contraceptive counseling

  • Emergency contraception

  • Problem visits, including breast problems

  • Urinary Tract Infection

  • Sexually Transmitted Infection treatment

  • Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy

  • Pregnancy options counseling

  • HIV prevention (including PrEP and nPEP)

  • Depo Provera

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Abortion Services and Counseling 

In-clinic abortion (19 weeks, 6 days)
Abortion pill (up to 10 weeks)
Post-abortion birth control
Special assistance for teens
Psycho social support services

Adolescent sexual health

All forms of birth control

Pill, patch, ring, shot
Long acting reversible contraception (LARCs) - implant, IUD

Emergency Contraception

(morning after pill)

Miscarriage Management

Permanent Sterilization


Pregnancy Testing

Options counseling

Reproductive Health and Preventative Services

Pap test and follow-up
Clinical breast exam
Urinary tract health and infection screening

Sexual Health Education

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

Testing and treatment for STIs
HIV counseling and testing
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention

Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy

Hormone therapy
Psycho social support services 


Gardasil (HPV vaccine)
Hepatitis B vaccine


Parental Notification of Abortion Law

Illinois law requires Planned Parenthood of Illinois to notify a parent or adult family member if a woman age 17 or younger seeks an abortion, unless a judge gives a waiver. The adult family member does not have to give permission for the minor to have an abortion, but an adult family member must be notified.

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