No matter their age, every person in Oregon has the legal right to get an abortion.
No. In Oregon, there are no extra restrictions for people under 18. You do not need to tell or involve an adult in your decision to have an abortion if you do not want to.
However, Oregon does have broad requirements that apply to people under age 15 before they can receive certain kinds of medical care in the state. To find out whether those requirements might apply to you, talk to your abortion provider.
You may be able to get help paying for your abortion. Your clinic may be able to help you cover the cost of your abortion through an abortion fund.
These are a few funds in Oregon that may be able to help.
Leave a message with:
- Your name and how to spell it
- Phone number, including area code
- How far along you are in the pregnancy
- The date and location of your abortion appointment
- The best time to call you back
You can find a map of abortion clinics in Oregon here.
Some clinics may have limited service or hours
You can also use these directories to find an abortion clinic near you:
Planned Parenthood: Directory Here (make sure you select abortion in the services drop down menu; some clinics provide counseling, referrals and follow-up exams but don’t directly provide abortion services)
National Abortion Federation: Directory Here
Abortion Care Network: Directory Here
I Need An Abortion: Directory Here