Options may not feel like options, if you do not have the resources to access and
support those options. On this page, we list reproductive health, economic, social, religious, and justice partners that can help you access abortion counseling, healthcare, and assistance. Resources listed on our Life Resources page also may be of interest.
Health clinics that offer abortion care in Wisconsin
Affiliated Medical Services, Milwaukee
Only clinic that offers abortion after 20 weeks
Madison East Planned Parenthood
Milwaukee-Water Street Health Center, Planned Parenthood
Sheboygan Health Center, Planned Parenthood
Pill abortion only
Healthcare centers that offer abortion in bordering states
If you live in northern, western, or southern WI, consider options in more abortion-friendly states.
(waiting period, but first visit can be by phone)
St Paul Health Center, Vandalia - Planned Parenthood
WE Health Clinic
Whole Women's Health
(no waiting period)
American Women's Medical Center
Family Planning Associates, Chicago
Illinois Abortion Surgical and Medical Centers
Planned Parenthood of Illinois
POWERS Community Doulas
POWERS Community Doulas network is an unlisted group of full-spectrum and abortion doulas who live all around the state and just across the border. They can be reached through our 24-hour call line. Doulas are available to listen and support, as well as to assist you physically and logistically when and where possible. The POWERS Community Doulas network is free or on a sliding scale basis at this time, due to financial and other access burdens that discriminate specifically against people seeking abortion healthcare in Wisconsin.
For residents of North Central and Northeast WI only. If you cannot afford the full cost of an abortion, the Freedom Fund may be able to help you. Please call and leave a message - a Freedom Fund volunteer will call you back within 36 hours. Payments are made directly to the clinic.
For residents of Northwest WI only. If you cannot afford the full cost of an abortion, the Options Fund may be able to help you. Please call and leave a message - an Options Fund volunteer will call you back within 36 hours. Payments are made directly to the clinic.
For all Wisconsin residents who cannot afford the full cost of an abortion. At your first clinic appointment, please ask clinic staff to refer you to financial resources. Women's Medical Fund payments are made directly to the clinic.
Offers national and international information and resources for self-managed abortion.
Works alongside young people fighting for sexual health, rights, and justice, including access to abortion care.
Welcomes people of all ages, genders, races, sexualities, backgrounds, religious affiliations, and political leanings who need to talk about their pregnancy experience, including after abortion; welcomes also partners, parents, friends, and loved ones.
Offers emotional support, resources and information in English, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), and Bosnian.
Works to help every person feel confident and at peace with their pregnancy decisions; believes the power to make personal decisions is given by God.
Answers questions about your legal status and rights around self-managed abortion.
Helps indigenous and native women, including Wisconsin tribal members, pay for costs of abortion access.
Works to further abortion rights, contraceptive equity, comprehensive sex education, and reproductive justice defined as the human right to control our sexuality, gender, work, and reproduction.
Helps people in the Midwest pay for practical costs around abortion, including travel, lodging, food, medicine, and support.
Works to promote three policy areas: reproductive health and rights, economic justice, and immigrant rights.
Works to promote three program areas: abortion access and affordability, sexual and reproductive health equity, immigrant women's health and rights.
Works with abortion funds across the nation to remove financial, logistical, and cultural barriers to abortion.
Offers national and international research and information about self-managed abortion and abortion pill sources.
Works to support person-centered decision-making in consultation with loved ones, trusted medical professionals, and a person's faith; includes Protestant, Catholic, Unitarian Universalist, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist perspectives.
Works to ensure self-managed abortion in the U.S. is medically and legally as safe as possible; link includes an easy pregnancy dating calculator.