Hoosier Abortion Fund? WE ARE!
Are you a Hoosier who needs help accessing abortion care? Our services are open to all people living in Indiana – your age, income, insurance or immigration status does not matter! All-Options PRC’s Hoosier Abortion Fund is here for all Hoosiers!
You can reach the Hoosier Abortion Fund by calling 812-727-4423. In the meantime, check out our answers to frequently asked questions below.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Hoosier Abortion Fund?
- How does the Hoosier Abortion Fund work?
- How much does abortion cost?
- Where can I find a provider?
- Want to know more about aspiration and medication abortion?
- Additional Funding Support
- Got Feelings?
- Looking to connect with others who’ve had an abortion?
What is the Hoosier Abortion Fund?
Getting an abortion in Indiana is difficult – and thanks to our lawmakers, it’s not getting any easier. That’s why we started the first statewide community-based abortion fund in Indiana. We can help you pay for medical care, transportation, child care, and other expenses related to obtaining an abortion.
How does the Hoosier Abortion Fund work?
The first step is to contact a clinic to make an appointment. Then call us at 812-727-4423. When you contact the clinic to make an appointment, make sure to ask them about any additional financial assistance they may offer.
Due to limited funding capacity we are not able to provide assistance to everyone. We currently prioritize people who are at least 10 weeks pregnant, due to Indiana’s restricted access to abortion care after the first trimester. The funding line will remain open until we have run out of available funds, and then will reopen the following week.
Note: If you are a minor (not yet 18 years old) seeking abortion funding assistance, please call the main All-Options PRC line at 812-558-0089 and select Option 2.
The Hoosier Abortion Fund funding line is answered on Tuesdays starting at 10am and our voicemail is updated regularly to reflect any changes. Due to the high volume of requests, the voicemail is only open on Tuesdays and remains open until we have run through our weekly budget.
When you call us, be prepared to leave a message with the following details:
- your first name
- telephone number where we can reach you
- your appointment date
- how many weeks pregnant you are
- best times to reach you
- whether it is OK for us to leave you a message
- any phone safety concerns you have
How much does abortion cost?
Depending on the clinic and method, a first trimester abortion in Indiana typically costs between $400-$550. Due to Indiana’s restrictive abortion laws, abortion procedures done after the first trimester of pregnancy must be performed in a hospital or licensed surgical center. This unnecessarily increases the costs and often means that you must travel out of state.
- Abortion Care Network: network of independent abortion providers
- National Abortion Federation: the NAF website offers maps that allow you to highlight clinics in your area while the NAF Hotline referral line 1-877-257-0012 provides referrals to member clinics in the U.S. and Canada (no funding assistance on this line)
- Planned Parenthood (look for clinics that list ‘abortion services’ among the services they offer)
Want to know more about aspiration and medication abortion?
Abortion: Which Method Is Right For Me?: Provides information for people choosing between medication and aspiration abortion.
Additional financial assistance for appointments at non-Planned Parenthood clinics can be found by contacting the National Abortion Federation at 1-800-772-9100. The hotline is open weekdays 7a. – 11p ET and Sat – Sun 9a-9p. Due to lack of funding support across the country the line is often busy. You will need to continue to call until you reach someone. The best times to call are after 5pm and on the weekends.
Note: the National Abortion Federation does not offer financial assistance to people who are having abortions procedures at Planned Parenthood Health Centers. If you are seeking abortion care at Planned Parenthood Health Centers, ask the clinic representative if you can be screened for financial assistance. They will ask you a few questions to determine if you are eligible to receive clinic assistance.
All-Options’ national Talkline offers a free and confidential space to talk about every pregnancy and parenting turning point, including abortion, adoption, infertility, and pregnancy loss. Trained peer counselors offer judgment-free support at any point in your process, no matter which options you are considering, what decisions you have already made, or how you are feeling about it all.
The All-Options Talkline is open M – F 10a-1a ET, Sat – Sun 10a-6p, rain or shine, 365 days a year! Call 1-888-493-0092 for open-hearted support.
- We Testify provides a collection of abortion experiences, particularly those of color, those from rural and conservative communities, those who are queer identified, those with varying abilities and citizenship statuses, and those who needed support when navigating barriers while accessing abortion care.
- The Abortion Diary Podcast is a collection of abortion stories, recorded as podcasts and told by the person who had the abortion in their own words. Listen to stories or share your own!
- Project Voice hopes to establish a resource of sharing and support, and convey that abortion is a choice many women have made, and continue to make, for a variety of reasons.
- The 1 in 3 campaign is a grassroots movement to start a new conversation about abortion — telling our stories, on our own terms.
- Ending a Wanted Pregnancy offers support for parents ending a pregnancy after prenatal or maternal medical diagnosis.