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Abortion Care

We offer confidential, safe, non-judgmental, and compassionate abortion care. We believe anyone who chooses to end a pregnancy should be able to access abortion regardless of their financial situation.  We offer financial assistance for those who qualify. 
Call our Patient Navigator if you need assistance. 

Six-Week Abortion Ban: 

On May 1, 2024 the six-week abortion ban took effect. Abortion care is available in Florida up to six weeks. There are exceptions for fatal fetal diagnosis and to save the life of the mother, with two physicians signing off. There are also exceptions for victims of rape, incest or human trafficking up to 15 weeks of pregnancy (with proper documentation). Our Patient Navigators continue to assist patients seeking care beyond six weeks of pregnancy. 

Florida law requires a person to have two in-person appointments at least 24 hours apart to obtain an abortion. Learn more about how this will affect your visit. 

If you believe you might be pregnant and it has been six weeks or more since your last period, make an appointment for a pregnancy evaluation at any of our health centers.

If you need to contact a Patient Navigator for help with abortion options in other states with access, please call 850-786-2869

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Here for you.

We are proud to provide compassionate and non-judgmental abortion care. At Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida we believe that decisions about whether to choose adoption, end a pregnancy, or raise a child are personal decisions that should be made only by the individual who is pregnant, their family, their faith, and with the counsel of their doctor or health care provider. We ensure that you have medically accurate information about all of your options. Planned Parenthood is here for you, no matter what. 

Your Visit: What to Expect

1. Initial Visit

On the day of your initial visit (remember, Florida law requires two appointments at least 24 hours apart to have an abortion): 

You will fill out paperwork, complete lab work, have an ultrasound, and meet with an educator. The educator will ask about your medical history, discuss your options with you, as well as the entire abortion process, after-care instructions, birth control options, and will address any of your concerns. This appointment generally lasts an hour and a half.  

 2. Second Visit

At this appointment, a health care provider will review your patient information and medical history, may repeat lab work and ultrasound, and will answer any questions you may have. You will also fill out consent forms and then depending on whether you are having a medication abortion or in-clinic abortion, you will receive instructions and care pertaining to the specific procedure. Depending on the type of abortion care, this appointment can last 1-3 hours.  

3. Follow up 

After your visit, you may need to follow up with your provider. This visit may include an ultrasound, blood test or other follow-up work.

Medication Abortion:

Available for people six weeks or less from their last menstrual cycle. A medication abortion is also called the abortion pill and it is a safe and effective way to end an early pregnancy. Medication abortion refers to using two different medicines to end a pregnancy: mifepristone and misoprostol. 

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In-Clinic Abortion:

Available for people up to six weeks from their last menstrual period. In-clinic abortions are sometimes called surgical abortions, though they're generally an in-office procedure, not surgery.

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The Fees For Services Include
  • Medication 

  • Pregnancy Testing and Ultrasound 

  • Follow-Up Exam and Ultrasound 

  • 24 Hour On-Call Nurse 

  • Options Education 

  • Lab Work 

Additional Considerations and Fees
  • If you have a negative blood type, you will need an injection of Rhogam. The cost of this injection is already included. 

  • Medications: Patients will be prescribed medications to assist them after the abortion process. They are available in generic form and are available at an affordable price at the pharmacy. 

Financial Assistance 

More information about insurance and applying for assistance.

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Abortion Care for People Under 18 

Florida law requires teens to notify a parent unless you feel it would be in your best interest not to.

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Health Centers Offering Abortion Services

Tallahassee Health Center 

  • Medication Abortion 

  • In-Clinic Abortion 

2618 W Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304

Call: 850.575.4335

Jacksonville Health Center

  • Medication Abortion 

  • In-Clinic Abortion 

5978 Powers Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32217
Call: 904.399.2800

Florida Mango Health Center - West Palm Beach, FL 

  • Medication Abortion  

  • In-Clinic Abortion 

2300 N Florida Mango Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33409 
Call: 561.296.4919

Golden Glades Health Center - Miami , FL 

  • Medication Abortion  

  • In-Clinic Abortion 

585 N.W. 161 St. Suites 200-300,Miami, FL 33169 
Call: 305.830.4111

Kendall Health Center 

  • Medication Abortion  

  • In-Clinic Abortion 

8900 SW 117th Avenue Unit 207-B, Miami, FL 33186 
Call: 786.263.0001


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