Abortion is still available and there are resources to help you get the care you need.

Please note: The legal landscape is changing due to the Supreme Court decision. If you need help finding an abortion provider, you can contact one of the clinics on this page to learn the latest information about their services or contact the NAF Hotline to learn more about your options, including financial assistance to help with your procedure costs or travel expenses.

You can find the latest information about state laws here: Lay of the Land: Abortion Policies and Access in the United States | Guttmacher Institute

This map lists NAF member facilities. NAF members have regular site visits from us to ensure they provide the highest quality care.

For information about abortion and other resources, including financial assistance, please call 1-800-772-9100.

Para obtener información sobre aborto u otros recursos, incluyendo asistencia financiera, por favor llame al 1-800-772-9100.

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A Preferred Women's Health Center, Augusta

Augusta, GA
http://apwhc.com
(888) 562-7415

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
A Preferred Women's Health Center, Forest Park

Forest Park, GA
http://apwhc.com
(888) 562-7415

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Abortion On Demand

VIRTUAL, GA
https://abortionondemand.org/

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Atlanta Comprehensive Wellness Clinic

Atlanta, GA
http://acwcmidtownabortionclinic.com/
770-212-9660

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Atlanta Women's Medical Center

Atlanta, GA
http://atlantawomensmedicalcenter.com
(404) 257-0057

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
carafem - Atlanta

Atlanta, GA
https://carafem.org/location/carafem-health-center-atlanta/
(877) 708-2423

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Columbus Women's Health

Columbus, GA
https://www.columbuswomenshealthcare.com/
(706) 323-8363

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Feminist Women's Health Center

Atlanta, GA
http://feministcenter.org
(404) 728-7900
(800) 877-6013

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Old National Gynecology

College Park, GA
http://www.atlanta-abortion-clinic.com/
(770) 991-7552

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Southeast Dekalb GYN

Decatur, GA
https://www.southeastdekalbgyn.com/
(404) 284-3200

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.
Summit Medical Center, Atlanta

Atlanta, GA
http://summitcenters.com
(404) 607-0042

Special Conditions > Many states have unnecessary restrictions on accessing abortion care, but we are here to help you manage. The state where you are seeking abortion care is among the states with these restrictions: - Abortion providers must give you materials the state prepares, and/or make certain statements while counseling you. - After receiving that state-directed information, you must delay for a period of time before an abortion—typically 24, 48, or 72 hours. - If you are under a certain age, such as 18 years, and are not emancipated, the abortion provider must involve one or more of your parents/guardians. Typically, the abortion provider must either notify them of the abortion or ensure that they consent to the abortion. If you are NOT able to have that involvement by one or more of your parents/guardians, you can use a process known as judicial bypass. For more information about restrictions in the state where you are seeking abortion care, including the judicial bypass process, contact our Hotline at 1-800-772-9100. You can also find information on this state's laws at https://www.guttmacher.org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-georgia.