Are abortions available in Wisconsin?
If you live in Wisconsin and need an abortion, Planned Parenthood has three locations providing abortion care in Wisconsin: the Milwaukee Water Street Health Center, Madison East Health Center, and Sheboygan Health Center
Milwaukee Water Street and Madison East Centers offer in-office abortion procedures or medication abortion. Sheboygan offers medication abortion only.
Call 844-493-1052 to book an abortion appointment in Sheboygan. Please book online or call 844-493-1052 to book an appointment at Milwaukee Water Street or Madison East.
Abortion types: in-clinic abortion and abortion pills
What if I need financial assistance, or have more questions?
Please contact our Abortion Patient Navigators by emailing [email protected] or call 414-289-3002.
Please do not contact a patient navigator unless you are a patient currently seeking an abortion. For information about how to volunteer, find events, donate to the Justice Fund, etc. please visit the Get Involved page. If you are a reporter, please visit our Newsroom page.
Watch out for "Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs)"
It’s important to be aware of fake health centers — also known as crisis pregnancy centers — which may advertise abortion options, pregnancy counseling, free ultrasounds, etc. These organizations do not provide abortions and won’t give you factual information about your options.
If you need an abortion or have questions, Planned Parenthood Abortion Navigators will provide you with medically-accurate information about abortion.
Planned Parenthood is here for you.
No matter what.
Remember: If you need an abortion, Planned Parenthood provides high quality, non-judgemental, compassionate care.
Planned Parenthood believes your body is your own -- and we continue to provide the full range of sexual and reproductive health services you need, including abortion care.
Know this: Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin is here for you. We’ll continue to provide quality, essential health care and education, and we’ll never stop fighting for your right to access the care you need.