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ABORTION IS LEGAL IN NEW JERSEY. As of today, it remains your right that is protected in New Jersey state law.

In January 2022, Governor Phil Murphy signed the Freedom of Reproductive Choice Act into law.

This law explicitly gives all New Jerseyans the right to make their own decisions about birth control, abortion, and prenatal care.  No matter what the Supreme Court ultimately decides, this means that you can get an abortion in New Jersey.

Planned Parenthood health centers across New Jersey offer abortion care.

INFORMATION REGARDING ABORTION ACCESS 

What’s going on with abortion laws in the U.S.? 

No matter what happens at the Supreme Court, abortion is protected in New Jersey. In New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy signed a law that explicitly gives all New Jerseyans the right to make their own decisions about birth control, abortion, and prenatal care. This means you can get an abortion in New Jersey.

How can I get an abortion?

If you’re pregnant and seeking an abortion, your nearest Planned Parenthood health center or another trusted reproductive health care provider can determine how far along into pregnancy you are and help you understand your options. Find an abortion provider at AbortionFinder.org

Abortion types: in-clinic abortion and abortion pills

There are two ways of ending a pregnancy: in-clinic abortion and abortion pills. Both are safe and effective. You can get either option from Planned Parenthood health centers and other health centers. Depending on what state you live in, you may be able to have a video or phone visit with a doctor or nurse for the abortion pill and then have the pills mailed to you. 

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At Planned Parenthood we're proud to offer a wide variety of health care services for women, men, and teens: 

In addition to accepting most private insurance plans, we also accept New Jersey Medcaid, which covers the cost of an abortion. If you are uninsured, you may qualify for a lower fee scale.

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