Despite the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, abortion remains legal in most states.
Still, no matter where you live, accessing abortion services can be challenging. If you need care or support, use the tools on this page.
Regularly updated and nationwide, ineedanA can connect you to abortion services, help you find abortion funding, and provide practical support.
Abortion Care Network
A state-by-state listing of independent abortion clinics in the U.S.
Plan C provides up-to-date information on how people in the U.S. are accessing at-home abortion pill options online.
Practical support is the logistical assistance offered to people seeking abortion care. It can include travel, lodging, childcare arrangements, meal assistance, direct cash assistance to pay for arrangements, and more.
National Network of Abortion Funds
Step-by-step guide to planning for the financial and logistical considerations for abortion.
“We get people to abortion care, whatever it takes.” Brigid Alliance books, coordinates and pays for travel, travel expenses, and child care, and serves as a single, trusted point of contact for every step of the journey.
Indigenous Women Rising
This abortion fund is open to all Indigenous and undocumented people in the United States who have the capacity to become pregnant and who are seeking an abortion.
National Abortion Federation Hotline
Toll-free, multi-lingual hotline for abortion referrals and financial assistance in the U.S. and Canada.
Repro Legal Helpline
Free, confidential helpline where you can get information about your legal rights regarding self-managed abortion, young people’s access to abortion or judicial bypass, and referrals to local resources.