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Telehealth Medication Abortion

Medication abortion is a very safe and private way to end a pregnancy and if you qualify, pills can be mailed right to your home. 

What You Need to Know


  • A positive pregnancy test 
  • Must be less than 11 weeks since the start of last period 
  • Must be in the state of Connecticut or Rhode Island for the video visit
  • Have a CT or RI address for medications to be mailed
  • Have an active PPSNE MyChart account 
  • Complete screening questionnaire on MyChart prior to visit 
  • Payment by insurance (if covered) or self-pay due at time of service 

What Happens After You Schedule?

After you make your appointment, a link will be sent to your email with activation to our patient portal, MyChart. You must register and complete all assigned questionnaires in order to determine eligibility for the telehealth medication abortion visit. Registration may take up to 15 minutes so please register in advance of the visit. On the day of the appointment, you will sign in to MyChart, complete eCheck-in and follow the instructions to join the visit. You will receive a call from our team about 1 hour before your appointment to prepare for your video visit with your clinician.

Medication by Mail

Once your clinician determines you are eligible for the medication abortion by mail, we will have the medication shipped to your address. You will receive the medications in discrete, plain packaging within 2-3 business days. Patients who prefer may pick up their medication at your local PPSNE health center on the day of your visit.


Need help paying for your abortion? Our team is here to help. Please contact us at 1-800-230-PLAN (7526) and ask about the options for financial assistance.


Telehealth for Abortion Pills


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