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Thank you for choosing Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky for your health care services. We want you to feel comfortable, relaxed, and safe at your appointment. This is how you can prepare for your visit and what you can expect once you arrive at the health center.

Making an Appointment

Start here to find the health center closest to you and schedule an appointment online. You can also schedule an appointment by calling our Contact Center at (317) 522-9002.

We know you’re busy, so many of our health centers are open on evenings and weekends.

Indiana law requires abortion patients to attend abortion counseling and sign informed consent paperwork at least 18 hours before your abortion procedure. You can set up a pre-operative appointment to complete these required pre-abortion services.

Payment Information

Please have your payment ready at the time of check-in. We accept cash, checks, money orders, and major credit/debit cards. You can also pay your bill online

PPINK has financial support and discounts available for qualifying patients. For personalized pricing and assistance estimates, please call our Contact Center at (317) 522-9002.

What to Expect

With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.

When you schedule on the phone and check in, our staff will ask for the name on your insurance for billing. Please let us know your pronouns and preferred name. If you are under 18, you are welcome to come to PPINK for care—you will need a parent’s consent to get an abortion or IUD/implant insertion. Health center staff will not ask you about your immigration status. 

Please bring your photo ID, insurance card, co-pay, and policyholder information (including full name and date of birth). It's best to also bring information about your medical history and any medications you are taking, and the name and address of your preferred pharmacy.

If you are a new patient or you haven’t visited a PPINK health center in several years, we recommend arriving a few minutes early to complete paperwork.

You can bring a friend or loved one with you to your appointment. Children may not be left unattended and must not impede care.

Our Bloomington, Lafayette, Merrillville, and Indianapolis – Georgetown health centers experience regular protestor activity. You do not have to interact with the protestors.

Donations are welcome at the time of your visit to help support our mission and sustain the important work we do.

If you have further questions, please call our Contact Center at (317) 522-9002. The Contact Center is open Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sat 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.