We typically see patients for abortion services on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If your appointment is scheduled before 8:00am, we are expecting you.
All of the parking around the clinic is paid street or lot parking. Please bring quarters or a credit card to feed the meter and give yourself plenty of time to find parking. There is a commonly used public lot across the street from McDonald's with an entrance on Broad Street that will allow you to pay for 6 hours at a time. You can also download the Pittsburgh Parking App to extend time on your meter without leaving the building at www.gomobilepittsburgh.com
Do not park in the permit lot across from the clinic, you will be towed.
When you call to schedule an abortion, this is the full list of questions we will ask you.
2. What was the first day of last menstrual period?
3. How many vaginal births have you had?
4. How many c-section births have you had?
5. What medications are you currently taking?
Depending on your circumstances, you may want an initial visit or need one to complete additional paperwork. Here is the list of some of those circumstances, and how they will affect your appointment.
If you are under 18-years-old and cannot tell your parent or guardian, you can come to the clinic to complete the JUDICIAL BYPASS process prior to your abortion or on the day of your abortion.
If you need to use a translator to understand medical terms, you can utilize our phone translation services or come into the office for the phone translation services.
If you are unsure of the date of your last period and want to determine how many weeks gestation you are prior to your abortion.
If you want to talk with someone about your options of abortion, adoption, and parenting.
Certain health conditions can create complications during the abortion procedure. If you have a health issue, it’s important we know your full medical history so we can give you safe care.
Allegheny Reproductive Health Center provides abortions up to 23.6 weeks in a pregnancy. The Pennsylvania state limit is 24 weeks. Additional states can see patients that are farther in their pregnancies. If you want a referral because you are over our limit, please call us.
Medication Abortions, a.k.a. the Abortion Pill
Surgical Abortions are outpatient procedures and don’t involve cutting or stitching. You will be released shortly after the abortion is complete, but you will can consider a form of Pain Management for the procedure, and possibly bring a support person depending on the type of pain management you choose.
Further information about each type of abortion can be found on our Abortion Options page.
We will schedule you for the earliest possible appointment your situation allows and requires. Usually you can schedule an appointment within 1 week of calling our office.
You may see protestors outside of our building. They do not know you or what you are here for, since we offer a variety of services. They may try to speak to you, but they are required by the City of Pittsburgh to stay 15 feet away from the entrance. On Saturdays, you will see clinic escorts in brightly colored vests outside to help guide you to the clinic.
In most cases, we can offer birth control or a prescription for birth control on the day of your abortion. Our counselors can go over your options for birth control. If you aren't getting an abortion but are still interested in birth control, make an appointment at our clinic for a gynecological exam. We will go through all your birth control options and help you pick the right one for you.
Allegheny Reproductive Health Center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the CLIA, and our physicians are board certified and hold unrestricted MD licenses in the state of Pennsylvania. ARHC is accredited by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) and the Abortion Care Network (ACN).
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Allegheny Reproductive Health Center is a reproductive health clinic providing abortion and other gynecological and obstetric services, including the abortion pill, surgical abortion, first trimester abortion and second trimester abortion to all those who need it. Allegheny Reproductive Health Center is located in Pittsburgh and serves patients throughout the region including Pittsburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Hanover, Chambersburg, Lebanon, Williamsport, Altoona, Johnstown, New Castle, Uniontown, Washington, Erie, Corry, Monroeville, Mckeesport, West Mifflin, Wexford, Bethel Park, Irwin, Columbus, Mansfield, Youngstown, Warren, Canton, Akron, Cleveland, Steubenville, Fairmont, Morgantown, Wheeling and Charleston, as well as surrounding areas.