How much does an abortion cost Colorado?

Self-pay price

Consultation & Ultrasound *This initial consultation cost can be applied to the cost of a procedure appointment if performed within 2 weeks of the initial consultation $150*
Surgical Abortion (18 weeks – 22 weeks, 0 days) *Includes sedation and separate appointment for placement of cervix dilators $2,150*

How much does an abortion cost without insurance in Colorado?

Various studies have found that the median cost is $490 for the RU-486, while others pay up to $800. If you are further along in your pregnancy, the abortion procedure needs to be more advanced and complicated. The cost rises to $600-$2000.

How do I get abortion pills in Colorado?

Abortion pill (medication abortion) services are available by appointment only. Plan to be at the health center for 2-3 hour(s) for your entire abortion pill visit (medication abortion). You will need to follow up within 1-2 weeks to make sure your abortion is complete and that you are well.

How much does abortion cost in Colorado Fort Collins?

abortion pill (medication abortion) – $560. ultrasound only – $100.

Does insurance cover elective abortions?

Section 1303 of the ACA clarifies that health insurance plans are not required to cover abortion. It also allows states to pass laws prohibiting or limiting abortion coverage on plans in their exchanges, and 26 states had done so as of 2021.

How much do abortions usually cost?

In general, the cost of an abortion can range anywhere from $0-$1,500.

Does the Alpha Center do abortions?

Our center does not provide or refer for abortions. The Alpha Center is a haven of hope when your world has been shaken. They have caring staff and resources to come along side you and walk with you through your pregnancy.

Which insurances cover abortions?

Abortions are legal in California. 1 Both Medi-Cal and private health insurance plans are required to cover all abortions.

Do health Partners cover abortions?

Abortion services are covered if the physician has determined, within the physician’s best clinical judgment, as required by 18 PA. C.S. §3204, that the abortion is medically necessary to save the life of the mother. This information must be clearly documented in the members medical record.