One in four people will terminate a pregnancy during their lifetime. You are not alone in your decision to have an abortion. We understand and we’re here to help with compassionate abortion care.
At Allentown Women’s Center, we use a model of trauma-informed care which means that we understand, recognize, and respond to the effects of different types of trauma.
We understand, and recognize, the effects of different types of trauma.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual abuse or violence, having a gynecological exam or pregnancy termination may be difficult. Our goal is to provide you with a safe, affirming space where you help us plan the best approach for your visit.
When making your appointment, please feel free to let us know what your needs are for your visit (i.e. preferred positions, safe words, avoiding trigger words, clothing). If it is too difficult to discuss this over the phone, we are happy to identify and accommodate your needs once you are here.
AWC offers free, one-hour Pregnancy Options Counseling sessions by appointment, which include a complimentary pregnancy test.
By appointment — includes a complimentary pregnancy test. Our patient advocates are trained and experienced in talking about abortions, adoption, and parenthood without pressure or judgment.
They are available to help you find the solution that is best for you and your life right now. Call any time during our office hours and a staff member will assist you.
Payment for Allentown Women’s Center services can be made out-of-pocket or billed to your insurance company.
There has been an increase of Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs) #FakeClinics opening up next door to #RealClinics and advertising online under “abortion clinic” searches. Fake clinics do not offer abortions. Learn more about fake clinics. We have the #REALCLINICS badge, because Allentown Women’s Center is a REAL abortion clinic offering the abortion pill and surgical abortion.
Under Pennsylvania law, every patient must receive state-mandated information from a physician at least 24 hours before her procedure can begin.