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New Mexico

You must be IN New Mexico for your video visit and provide a residential mailing address in New Mexico. 

Centennial Care (Medicaid) covers abortion care in New Mexico. Some private insurance plans may cover abortion. If you would prefer to use Medicaid or insurance, please contact our colleagues from the resources below. We do not accept insurance or Medicaid.

Learn more about your options at abortionfinder.org

How It Works

1

Complete our automated intake. Make sure you provide accurate health information. This is used to build your private medical record. If you do not qualify, please see one of our colleagues.

2

Participate in a brief scheduled video call with your clinician. They will review the process and answer any questions you have. Most visits take less than 15 minutes.

3

Medication kits are delivered overnight express to your door. Take them on your own schedule. We will follow up by text and have 24/7 medical support if needed.

In-Person Care

We recommend the following clinics if you want to use insurance or prefer to be seen in person. You can find more options – including out of state providers – at ineedana.com where you can easily search by zip code.

Financial Support

Medicaid covers abortion care in New Mexico. Some private insurance plans may cover abortion. You can contact the fund below for help with funding.

Advocacy

If you are a New Mexico voter wanting to provide and expand equitable abortion access, we suggest getting involved with:

See something out-of-date or want to add to these lists? Please use our contact us form below to let us know.

Where is AOD available?

Map of states where AOD is available