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Abortion Care

“From the moment I first called to make an appointment to the moment I walked out the door afterward, I never once felt uncomfortable, unsafe, or judged. Instead, I felt safe, comfortable, understood, and respected. The attention that was paid to ensure all of these conditions was incredible and the empathy and compassion I was treated with went above and beyond what I ever could have anticipated, expected, or hoped for.” -Mabel Client


For over two decades, Mabel Wadsworth Center has provided people in our community with the highest quality abortion and reproductive healthcare services. As the first clinic to offer abortion carein the state of Maine, our reputation for excellence is known nationally. We provide client-centered, compassionate, and nonjudgmental care to all of our clients. At Mabel Wadsworth Center, you can expect privacy, an intimate setting, and the time and space you need to make informed and empowered decisions about your health. Our dedicated and caring staff has decades of experience in women’s health and expertise to support you from the time you pick up the phone to make an appointment to when you leave our health center.

We offer both in-clinic aspiration (or suction) abortion and medication abortion (abortion by pill). Both methods are safe and effective. In-clinic aspiration abortion isavailable at Mabel Wadsworth Center for people within 14 weeks of their pregnancy measured from their last period. We also offer medication abortions to those who are within the first 77 days (11 weeks) of their pregnancy. We can help you determine which option is best for you.

Every appointment includes a private, confidential and nonjudgmental discussion with a clinical assistant. You will be given plenty of time to ask questions and explore your decision in an atmosphere of compassion and care. We will explain what to expect before, during, and after the abortion and provide information on birth control options.

Almost half of all pregnancies in the United States are unintended. If you are pregnant, you have options. Only you can decide what’s best for you, but we are here to help.

The first step is to contact us. A screening with one of our highly qualified and caring staff takes 10-15 minutes. At this time, you will be asked for your basic contact information, your medical history, and the first day of your last normal menstrual period (LMP). We will also need to know whether your blood type is negative or positive – if you do not have this information we will make arrangements for you to receive a blood test. (People with negative blood types need an additional medication, Rhogam, after every pregnancy.)

Medication abortion and in-clinic aspiration abortion each cost $525. The fee is required upfront and includes all counseling, ultrasounds, medications, and moderate sedation, if needed. It also includes a follow-up visit 2 to 4 weeks after the abortion. Many of our clients receive financial assistance to help cover some part of the cost of their abortion services, so please talk to us if you need assistance. We are committed to helping people access abortion care regardless of their ability to pay so please contact us as soon as possible so we can work with you to arrange payment. Please do not let cost prevent you from contacting us. We are here to help.

If you are unable to keep your appointment, we kindly ask that you let us know so we can offer your appointment time to other clients.

Mabel Wadsworth Center is certified by the National Abortion Federation and a proud member of the Feminist Abortion Network (FAN) and the Abortion Care Network (ACN). Mabel Wadsworth Center is an independent abortion provider and not affiliated with Planned Parenthood or Maine Family Planning.

Make your appointment today:

  • Call (207) 947-5337. If you get our voicemail, please leave a message and our staff will get back to you ASAP. If you are unable to leave a message, please contact us via email.
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