For the last decade the right has chipped away at abortion access by making it more expensive, closing clinics, increasing waiting periods and decreasing gestational limits. But for 2019 Arizona abortion opponents are literally enacting a “death by a thousand paper cuts” agenda against legal abortion through their new paperwork and reporting requirements for doctors performing abortions. None of them are medically necessary, not a single question will provide any benefit to public health, and each one will dramatically raise the amount of resources a clinic uses per patient.
Abortion Funding Assistance
Limited financial assistance is available through outside sources. Please note – the first consent visit MUST be completed BEFORE calling for funding.
NAF: (800) 772-9100
The National Abortion Federation is available from 8 am – 8 pm (Arizona MST) on most days, including weekends. You will need to repeatedly dial their number, wait up to 30 seconds for a ring or busy signal, until they answer stay on the line until you speak with a person.
Abortion Fund of Arizona is a volunteer-managed statewide funding assistance organization that can help patients who are traveling more than 2 hours to access care, over 16 weeks gestation or patients under the age of 18.
NNAF: (617) 267-7161
National Network of Abortion Funds – A network of organizations that help fund abortions. They have a limited amount of funding per month that are dispersed on a first come, first serve basis.
Indigenous Women Rising: (505) 398-1990
Are you an indigenous person in the U.S. or Canada who needs help paying for: your abortion, gas or food while you seek abortion care, or childcare during your procedure? Proof that you are affiliated with a tribal/indigenous community is required to receive funding.
Please call us at (602) 279-2337, if you have questions or need further assistance. Limited financial assistance is available based on income, family size and need.
Funding from any organization NOT on this list MUST BE APPROVED PRIOR TO SCHEDULING.