Abortion

Traveling to a Nearby State for Telehealth Abortion Care with carafem

Abortion is legal in the United States, but local laws make it more difficult to access in many states. Many people live in states that have restrictive abortion laws or a low number of providers. You may choose to travel to a neighboring state for a short video visit and to pick up abortion pills at a discreet location, all with 24/7 medical support at your fingertips.

carafem is a leader in telehealth abortion care, and has been making abortion more convenient and compassionate since day one.
Access abortion care without leaving your house but have all of the medical support you need, at the touch of your fingertips? This feels like a no-brainer, and it has been for the thousands of clients carafem has provided abortion care for using telehealth technology. Due to state regulations, this technology is not available in every state. Medically supported at-home abortion care is currently provided by carafem in Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, New Jersey, and Virginia, with more states coming soon (check this page for frequent updates).

If there are restrictive abortion laws in your state or a low number of providers without availability that fits your schedule, you could head to a nearby state for more convenient care.
For people living in states with limited abortion providers, finding a timely appointment that’s convenient and discreet can be challenging. That’s where carafem comes in. If you live outside of a state where we offer services, you may still be eligible for an Abortion Care Video Visit.

Give us a call to schedule your appointment at 855-SAY-CARA
We can answer all of your questions, cover the state-mandated script which is required 24 hours before your visit, and schedule your video visit appointment.

Head to a convenient location in a neighboring state for a quick video visit.
To take advantage of our video visit appointments, you need to confirm you are physically located in one of the approved states for your video appointment. Payment will be collected at this time (costs range between $250-375, depending on the medication of choice and financial assistance needed).

Then, we’ll mail your medications to a convenient pickup location.
carafem can mail your medications to an address in the state you select for your video visit — anywhere from a friend’s house to a delivery service pickup location. Rest assured: our package is very discreet — no one will know where your package is coming from or what it’s for.

You’ll have 24/7 medical support throughout the whole process.
You can then take the medications in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Over the next several days and weeks, you will follow up with your provider and you have access to a 24/7 hotline where you can receive support from carafem throughout the entire process.

We’re making it easy for you to receive high quality, medically supported abortion care over state lines.
You deserve to access safe and convenient healthcare — we are here to help by providing non-judgmental, easy to understand information and reproductive healthcare that works for you. Whether that’s abortion care, birth control, testing or you are just looking for some answers to common questions, we can help.

Get started today!
If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment for medically supported at-home abortion pills, you can schedule a video visit or visit one of our health centers by calling us at 1-855-SAY-CARA, and you can read about what to expect for your appointment here. You can also check to see if there is an abortion fund in your area that can help with the cost of travel.

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carafem proudly offers medically supported at-home abortion pills in select states. If you have a mailing address in one of the following states (District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Virginia) you may be eligible for abortion pill medication, delivered discreetly within 2-4 business days of your video visit with a medical provider.