You can find a provider in your area here or call the NAF Hotline referral line 1-877-257-0012, which provides referrals to member clinics in the U.S. and Canada (no funding assistance provided on this line).

For information about abortion and other resources, including financial assistance, please call 1-800-772-9100. If you have been diagnosed with a fetal anomaly, require specialized later abortion care, or are a medical professional looking for a referral, please call 1-877-257-0012. Information about financial assistance is available only at 1-800-772-9100.

NAF member providers: Click here to access the NAF Members-Only Directory.

Usted puede encontrar a una persona que provea servicios de aborto en su área aquí o llamando a la Hotline de NAF para referencias 1-877-257-0012, la cual la orientará a clínicas miembros de NAF en Estados Unidos y Canadá (esta línea no provee información sobre asistencia financiera).

Para obtener información sobre aborto u otros recursos, incluyendo asistencia financiera, por favor llame al 1-800-772-9100. Si le diagnosticaron una anomalía fetal, necesita información especializada sobre abortos tardíos o es un profesional de la salud que necesita hacer una referencia, por favor, llame al 1-877-257-0012. La información sobre asistencia financiera solo está disponible llamando al 1-800-772-9100.

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Alamo Women's Reproductive Services

San Antonio, TX
https://www.alamowomensclinic.com/
(210) 614-4742

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-texas."
Audre Rapoport Abortion Services Center (Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Surgical Health Services)

Waco, TX
https://ppgt.org
(254) 230-9864

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-texas."
Austin Women's Health Center

Austin, TX
http://austinwomenshealth.com
(512) 443-2888
(800) 252-7016

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-texas."
El Paso Abortion Services Center (Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Surgical Health Services)

El Paso, TX
https://ppgt.org
(915) 626-5192

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-texas."
Houston Women's Clinic

Houston, TX
http://houstonwomensclinic.com
(713) 868-4483
(800) 646-4483 (TX, LA)

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-texas."
Houston Women's Reproductive Services

Houston, TX
https://houstonwomensreproductiveservices.com
(281) 501-2197

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-texas."
Planned Parenthood Center for Choice, Inc.

Houston, TX
http://ppcenterforchoice.org
(713) 535-2400

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-texas."
Planned Parenthood South Texas Surgical Center

San Antonio, TX
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/texas/san-antonio/78229/planned-parenthood-south-texas-medical-center-2967-91710
(800) 230-7526
(210) 736-2262

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-texas."
South Austin Abortion Services Center (Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Surgical Health Services)

Austin, TX
https://ppgt.org
(512) 276-8000

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-texas."
South Dallas Abortion Services Center (Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Surgical Health Services)

Dallas, TX
https://ppgt.org
(214) 373-1868

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-texas."
Southwest Fort Worth Abortion Services (Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Surgical Health Services)

Fort Worth, TX
https://ppgt.org
(817) 277-6610

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-texas."
Southwestern Women's Surgery Center

Dallas, TX
http://fairmountcenter.com
(214) 742-9310
(800) 727-2255

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-texas."
The Womens' Center of Houston

Houston, TX
http://www.womenscenterofhouston.com/
(713) 526-8585

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-texas."
Whole Woman's Health of Austin

Austin, TX
https://www.wholewomanshealth.com/clinic/austin/
(512) 250-1005

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-texas."
Whole Woman's Health of Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX
https://www.wholewomanshealth.com/clinic/fort-worth/
(817) 924-6641

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-texas."
Whole Woman's Health of McAllen

McAllen, TX
https://www.wholewomanshealth.com/clinic/mcallen/
(956) 686-2137

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-texas."
Whole Woman's Health of North Texas

McKinney, TX
https://www.wholewomanshealth.com/
(469) 481-0144

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-texas."