Providing safe, confidential, legal abortions and resources to those in need.

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For Oklahoma residents:

As of May 26th, 2022, abortion is illegal in Oklahoma. House Bill 4327 makes all abortions illegal after fertilization, with limited exceptions for rape and incest (only if reported to law enforcement), or to save the life of a pregnant person in a medical emergency.

If you are an Oklahoma resident, pregnant and in need of an abortion, it is still legal for you to travel out of state to have an abortion where it has not been banned. You can find your nearest out-of-state provider through

For all non-Kansas residents:

If you need help paying for your abortion or costs related to traveling for your abortion such as transportation, childcare, abortion doulas, translation services, or finding a place to stay during your trip, please visit for financial assistance. Abortion funds work together with clinics to bridge financial barriers and allow all patients to access the full spectrum of reproductive health options.

Types of Abortions

Typically, abortion procedures up to 18.0 weeks can be completed in a single-day appointment. After 18.0 weeks, a 2-day procedure is required. However, physician discretion may be taken into consideration. Please call our Wichita clinic directly for more information on post 18.0 week procedures or with any other questions you may have. We provide abortion care up to the Kansas state legal limit of 21.6 weeks gestation.

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Medication Abortion

What is medication abortion?

Medication abortion is a safe and effective option for up to 11 weeks into a pregnancy, and can also take place partially or entirely outside a clinic setting, making them more accessible to those who have to travel out of state for their abortions.

Medication abortion is sometimes referred to as “the abortion pill” but is usually a combination of two pills, mifepristone and misoprostol. Mifepristone is taken first and blocks your body’s production of progesterone, ending your pregnancy, and misoprostol is taken 24 to 48 hours later to cause contractions and empty the uterus. The most common effects people experience are cramping and bleeding, which are normal and show that the medication is working.

Do abortion pills have side effects?

Medication abortion is an extremely effective, common, and well-researched procedure. Since the FDA’s approval of Mifepristone in 2000, millions of people have chosen medication abortion to safely end their pregnancies with extremely rare reported cases of serious complications.

For more information on medication abortions, check out this zine from our friends Reproductive Health Access Project.

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Procedural Abortion

What is a procedural abortion?

A procedural abortion can refer to aspiration abortions or abortions by dilation and evacuation (D&E). Aspiration abortions remove pregnancy tissue from the uterus through gentle suction. 

Procedural abortions are conducted by qualified medical professionals in compliance with relevant laws and regulations, ensuring the well-being and autonomy of the pregnant individual.

Dilation and evacuation (D&E) is a common method of procedural abortion used for pregnancies beyond the first trimester. This procedure involves a combination of cervical dilation and gentle suction to remove the contents of the uterus. The process begins with the cervix being dilated to provide access to the uterine cavity. Then, using specialized instruments, the medical provider removes the pregnancy tissue, which may include the fetus and placenta.

D&E abortions are typically performed between the 13th and 24th weeks of pregnancy and are considered safe and effective (note: the legal limit for abortions in Kansas is 22 weeks). This method is preferred in later stages of pregnancy as it reduces the potential risks associated with more invasive procedures.

For more information on procedural abortions, check out this zine from our friends at the Reproductive Health Access Project.

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Preparing for Your Appointment

Whether you live in Wichita or are coming in from out of state, we want you to have the most comfortable, stress-free experience you can. Before your appointment, please read through the information below for our tips leading up to and after your appointment.

Cost of Procedures

Do you take cash/credit/checks/insurance?

Your full payment is due at the date of your appointment. We accept cash, credit, and PayPal. We do not accept checks. The prices listed are for out-of-pocket costs without insurance. Insurance plans and coverages vary, and could cover all or part of your visit. Contact our clinic or your insurance provider for help figuring how much you’ll need to pay. Payments will be due in full on the day of your appointment.

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Do you offer financial assistance?

We know that you have a lot on your mind and that the cost of your service may be a concern. If you need help paying for your abortion, please contact our office to discuss funding options available.

Please visit to find information on state-based and national abortion funds that may be able to fund part or all of your procedure.

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