Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What do I do first if I need an abortion?
Answer: Click on CLINICS in the navigation bar to see a list of places you can contact for more information and to make an appointment.
Question: What is the cost of an abortion?
Answer: The cost of the procedure depends on the state of your health and how far along you are in your pregnancy. This will all be discussed when you call to schedule your appointment.
Question: What if I need help paying for an abortion?
Answer: The clinics will explain to you the steps needed to get financial help. The Second Chance Fund is the last line of help after other sources have been used. The clinics will contact us directly only after alternate funding sources have been determined.
Question: Do you help women who live outside of Kansas, but are coming to Kansas for an abortion?
Answer: We are only able to help residents of Kansas. The clinic may ask for proof of residency.
Question: How much financial assistance do you give to each woman?
Answer: We are committed to helping those with financial need as much as our funding allows. You should discuss your financial need with the clinic.
Question: How does the fund distribute financial assistance?
Answer: Payment is made directly to the clinic providing the procedure for the woman.
Question: How long does it take to get approved?
Answer: Once funding from other sources has been explored (i.e. National Abortion Federation: 1-800-772-9100), the clinic will contact us and funding will be determined immediately. The clinic will help you with seeking assistance from these sources. Please know that these funding sources are very busy and several phone calls may need to be made before you reach them. This can take anywhere from one day to one week.