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Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region

Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region provides abortion in Fairview Heights, Illinois. Call us at 618-277-6668 or schedule your abortion appointment online.

How can I access abortion in Illinois?

We provide medication and in-clinic abortion services at our southern Illinois location at 317 Salem Place, Fairview Heights, IL 62208. Abortion in Illinois is safe & legal, and we provide abortion up to 26 weeks of pregnancy. To schedule, call us at 618-277-6668 or schedule your appointment online.

Abortion is banned in Missouri, except in cases of medical emergency.

Book an abortion appointment online in Illinois

Schedule your abortion appointment online in Illinois through the portal below.

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How can I get help accessing abortion?

If you need help with travel, lodging, financial assistance, or other practical support for your abortion appointment, please contact our Regional Logistics Center at 618-607-5080. Case managers will help assess your needs and create a plan to ensure you can access your appointment without logistical and financial barriers getting in the way.

What are my abortion options?

In-clinic abortion

Reproductive Health Services provides in-clinic abortion in Illinois up to 26 weeks of pregnancy.

The abortion pill

A medication abortion with the abortion pill can be done up to 11 weeks of pregnancy. We offer medication abortion at our Fairview Heights, IL, location and through telemedicine and pill-by-mail for patients with an Illinois address.

Telehealth for the abortion pill

In Illinois, Reproductive Health Services offers telehealth for the abortion pill up to 11 weeks of pregnancy. You will have a virtual visit with a provider and the pills are mailed to you or you pick them up at the Fairview Heights health center. To qualify, you must have an Illinois address and be in Illinois at the time of your telehealth appointment.

With a telemedicine abortion, you get the same high-quality, professional care and the same medication you would get in-person. This gives you the option of managing your abortion at home.

What are all my pregnancy options?

When you become pregnant, you have several options: parenting, adoption, or abortion. Learn more about your three options here.

Counseling and education are available to you and your family before and after an abortion. Our staff will:

  • Help identify and explore all options available so that you can make the decision that is right for you.
  • Offer the opportunity to get additional counseling through referral to other agencies.
  • Provide medically accurate reproductive health care information including, but not limited to birth control methods and prenatal care.

Counseling and education are available by phone at 618-277-6668.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is it legal to have an abortion?

In Illinois, abortion is available up to 26 weeks of pregnancy.

Abortion is banned in Missouri, except in cases of medical emergency.

Is there a mandatory waiting period before I can have an abortion?

In Illinois, there is no mandatory waiting period or mandated counseling prior to an abortion.

Does my partner have any legal say in my decision regarding a pregnancy?

No. Your partner cannot legally interfere with your decision-making regarding a pregnancy. If you wish, your partner or other loved ones can offer much needed support before, during and after your abortion. RHS staff is available to assist and support you throughout the process.

If I'm Medicaid eligible, can Medicaid pay for my abortion?

In Illinois, Medicaid may pay for all or most medically necessary abortions.

If you think you may qualify for abortion coverage under Medicaid, please speak with RHS staff.

Does state law require parental consent?

Illinois does not require parental consent or notice.

Can health care providers (doctors, hospitals, nurses, clinics) refuse to perform abortions or refuse to give me information about them?

Yes. Individuals and institutions are allowed to refuse to provide abortions and those individuals or institutions are not required to give you information or referrals. RHS is committed to giving you all the information you want and need to make the best decisions for you.

Information for Missouri residents seeking abortion out-of-state

The State of Missouri requires that state residents seeking abortion services outside of Missouri be offered state-mandated materials. Here are links to the materials: (WARNING: these state mandated materials contain medically inaccurate information.)

  1. Consent Booklet
  2. Alternatives to Abortion Pamphlet
  3. Pregnancy Assistance Providers (you may search by county)
  4. Ultrasound Providers (you may search by county)

Please note that, if you have scheduled an appointment in Illinois, the law requires RHS to make these materials available to you, BUT you do not need to review these materials or bring them to your appointment.

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Support the unique needs of abortion patients by donating to the Regional Logistics Center, an initiative of Reproductive Health Services and Hope Clinic for Women that coordinates financial assistance and arranges travel, lodging, and more to remove barriers to abortion access.

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