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In Pennsylvania and can't get to a health center?

If you're physically located in Pennsylvania, you may be able to have the abortion medications you need mailed right to you.

Located outside of Pennsylvania?

If you're located outside of Pennsylvania, we can't mail abortion pills to you. But we can still help you get the abortion care you need if you can travel here. Learn more about getting an abortion in Pennsylvania or find the abortion provider closest to you.

Sometimes the decision to end a pregnancy is simple, other times it’s complex — but it’s always up to you. 

Medication abortion is a very safe and private way to end a pregnancy and now we can mail the pills you need right to your home. 

Am I eligible for abortion pills through the mail?

To be eligible to receive abortion pills through the mail from Planned Parenthood Keystone, you must be physically located in Pennsylvania and have a mailing address in the state to have the pills shipped to.

You also have to have had your last period less than nine weeks ago.

If you are in Pennsylvania and your last period was less than nine weeks ago, then we can help you figure out if this option is available for your unique situation. 

Call and ask to speak with our patient navigators or use the live chat button on this page.

Under 18?

FYI: This option is not available for anyone who is younger than 18. If you are under 18 and need more information about getting an abortion, download the teen guide to abortion in PA. 


How it works 

Whether you’re able to have your pills mailed to you is based on your medical history and in some cases, there is a possibility of lab tests being required.

First, you'll have a virtual visit where our staff and doctor will go over your medical history with you and answer all your questions. Then, if you both decide this is the right decision for you, the doctor will prescribe your medications to be sent to you overnight. 

The entire process from the first phone call to receiving your medications can take one to two weeks, so be sure to call as soon as possible. 


Getting your abortion medications through the mail means you have to pay with a credit or debit card. The total cost is about $625, but we do have funds available if you have trouble paying for it. Call to talk with our staff if you need help paying for your abortion.

Call us now to see if this option is right for you.

Call Now

Want to talk to someone about your options but not ready to decide yet? 

Chat with one of our trained health educators. It’s free and confidential. 

Text PPNOW to 774636 or chat online with the button below. 


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