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Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, 15 states have outlawed or severely restricted abortion. The ability to access care now, as before the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization unleashed immense harm and suffering, depends largely on where a patient resides. The Cut’s vetted database of abortion clinics, abortion funds, and other resources is intended to help you locate abortion services and practical support near you; enter your state or Zip Code and answer a few questions to receive a list of professional providers, including clinics, hospitals, and independent OB/GYNs with verified contact information, as well as other support options. (No personally identifying information about users is stored.) Since state laws restricting abortion remain in flux, this database will be updated periodically to reflect those changes.

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The information in this database reflects the most recent version of featured abortion clinics’ websites. Call a clinic to make sure it has not made changes to its policies that aren’t reflected on its website. This tool is not intended to advise anyone on what course of treatment to pursue or to provide medical advice, and it is recommended that anyone uncertain about what course of action is right for them or their situation should consult professionals familiar with their particular circumstances. Additional sources include National Abortion Federation, Planned Parenthood,, National Network of Abortion Funds, Guttmacher Institute, and Kaiser Family Foundation.

Reporting by Camille Squires. Additional research by Jane Starr Drinkard, Alice Markham-Cantor, Jessica Suriano, and Laura Thompson.

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