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.
Consent Visit Details
Please see the answered questions below for guidance on the consent visit.
What is the consent visit?
The consent visit is required by the state of Arizona. This visit takes place before any abortion care.
When can I schedule my abortion care?
At the end of the consent visit, you may schedule an appointment at least 24 hours later.
How do I make this appointment?
This appointment is offered on a walk-in base. You cannot schedule this appointment.
When is this appointment offered?
8 am Monday through Friday. We see a limited number of patients, so arrive before 8 am.
What does the consent visit include?
- Come to our clinic.
- Join the line and a staff member will be out at 8:00 am to check you in.
- Once you have been checked in, return to your vehicle and wait for further instruction.
- Receive a text to come into the clinic and start paperwork.
- Meet with the doctor and receive an ultrasound.