Abortion Services

thoughtfulAbortion has been legal throughout the United States since the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. In New Hampshire, you can have an abortion if you are a minor, and you aren't legally required to notify your parents of your intention to access any reproductive health service, whether it is birth control, STD testing, or abortion.

The Concord Feminist Health Center offers the Highest Quality and Affordable Abortion Care available. We also offer more pain management options, at no additional cost, than any other New Hampshire clinic.

We provide surgical abortions up to 15.6 weeks into a pregnancy, as measured from the first day of the last normal period. Medical abortion is available to those who are up to nine weeks into their pregnancies.

All women of reproductive age are faced with decisions regarding whether or when to bear a child. We trust each person to make the choice that is best for them and their unique situation. Our role is to be supportive, respectful and caring.

Starting January 1, 2012, if you will not be 18 at the time of your abortion appointment, the New Hampshire Parental Notification Law applies to you. Even if you live in another state, whether or not your home state has such a law, you must comply with the New Hampshire Law. This law requires that one parent or legal guardian, chosen by you, be notified that you are choosing to have an abortion. They do not have to agree with your decision but they have to be notified of your intent.  If you don’t think you can tell them, you have the option to go to court and ask a judge to excuse you from this requirement.

Confidentiality is a concern for many. We understand this concern and protect the privacy of all our patients. Please see our Privacy Policies page.

Take a minute to view the video below, created by the Guttmacher Institute, a leading research and policy organization on sexual and reproductive health. Who are those who obtain abortions in the United States? Why do they decide to end a pregnancy? What are their social and economic circumstances?