Will Colorado Medicaid Pay for Abortion?

If you’re pregnant and considering abortion, it can be a challenge to find the information you need regarding your options and the costs you may encounter along the way.

We’re here to help answer some frequently asked questions regarding abortion access in the state of Colorado.

Will Colorado Medicaid Pay for Abortion?

Women who are insured through Colorado’s Medicaid program, First Health Colorado, will be responsible for the cost of their abortion, except in the cases of life endangerment, rape, or incest. 

How much do abortions cost out of pocket?

The average costs for each type of abortion are as follows:

  • First-trimester abortions: $508
  • Second-trimester abortions: $1,195
  • Late-term abortions: $3,000 or more

The cost of abortion largely depends on how far along you are and if you have any additional medical conditions. To learn more about your pregnancy, schedule a no-cost ultrasound appointment with us today! 

What other costs should I consider when deciding if abortion is right for me?

Like with any serious medical procedure, there will likely be other costs that arise surrounding your abortion.

Some additional costs to consider include:

  • Lab-quality pregnancy testing 
  • An ultrasound scan to confirm your pregnancy 
  • Additional medications 
  • Emergency surgery in case of abortion complications 
  • Any income lost while you’re away for your abortion or recovering 
  • Travel and accommodation if necessary 

Post-abortive counseling and support

Where can I go for a free abortion? 

Abortion is a costly procedure and will likely be hard to access for free; however, there are plenty of community resources available to women who are experiencing unplanned pregnancies and looking for affordable healthcare.Will Colorado Medicaid Pay for Abortion a pregnant woman wonders

Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center is here to help you navigate your pregnancy options by providing you with free reproductive healthcare resources, including pregnancy testing and ultrasounds, and referrals for the following services: 

  • Medical assistance
  • Health care providers
  • Housing referrals
  • Financial assistance referrals
  • Domestic violence counseling
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Professional counseling

While we do not provide abortions or abortion referrals, we are passionate about giving women the care, resources, and information they need to make a truly informed and empowered choice regarding their pregnancy.

Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center is here to provide you with a safe and loving environment where you can confidently make a decision for your pregnancy. Schedule your appointment today.

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