How much does the Abortion Pill cost? Read on to learn more.

How much are abortion pills?

At carafem, abortion pills cost $0-475 depending on if you choose online care or schedule an appointment at one of our locations. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. At other providers, abortion pills cost between $300-800 depending on your health insurance and your provider.

The exact price for Mifepristone and Misoprostol varies, but if you are further than 11 weeks along, you may not be able to use the abortion pill. You might need to have an in-office procedure or MVA. This may affect your costs. In some areas, in-office abortions cost less while in others it is more expensive.

When looking for abortion care, we recommend finding a provider who is honest, open about their procedures, available to answer your questions and is transparent about their pricing. It’s important to know the difference between true abortion care providers and crisis pregnancy centers, who pose as care providers in an effort to convince you to change your decision.

Can I get financial assistance for abortion care?

If you don’t have health insurance and need help paying for your care, our staff can help you apply for discounts through our financial assistance partners. And if you don’t live near a carafem health center, there may be an abortion assistance fund that can help offset (or even cover) the cost of your abortion. If you need financial assistance, abortionfunds.org provides a handy and comprehensive guide to connect you with local funding resources.

Will my insurance cover the abortion pill?

At carafem, we strive to work with as many insurance providers as possible. We also work with medicaid in select states. Keep an eye on our costs page for the latest information. If you have insurance, give us a call and we’ll help you understand what’s covered and what will be paid out of pocket.

In most instances, the answer to the insurance question varies heavily based on where you live and the provider you see. Reference this list from National Women’s Law Center and view the chart below to get an idea of how local laws may affect your coverage. In the end, the best step is to call your provider with your health insurance information to see if they cover the abortion pill.