Atlanta Comprehensive Wellness Clinic

1874 Piedmont Ave NE Suite 570E Atlanta, Georgia 30324

| Mon - Sat (8:00am - 5:00pm)

770 212-9660

Frequently Asked Questions

Call Us Today if you have any questions. Our counselors are available to answer your questions!

FAQ: Abortion

Is abortion legal?

Yes, Abortion is legal in the state of Georgia. Abortions may be provided until fetal cardiac activity is detected in Georgia. Fetal cardiac activity can be detected around 6 or 7 weeks but this can vary. ACWC provides medical and surgical abortions in compliance with Georgia’s law.

Is abortion painful?

If you receive anesthesia during the procedure, you will not feel pain. Some women experience “period-like” cramping after the abortion procedure is complete. Women who choose to stay awake will experience cramping that is usually managed with over-the-counter pain medication. Prescriptions will be provided in the clinic for pain medications to take at home.

Is abortion expensive?

ACWC is committed to providing low-cost services. Please call our clinic for detailed pricing. You may also qualify for assistance from one or more of our funding partners.

Can I conceive again after an abortion?

Yes! Once the pregnancy hormone decreases, your body resumes its ability to ovulate (produce an egg) and become pregnant. ACWC will work with you at your first visit to discuss birth control options that work for you.

What do I do before surgery?

Our phone counselor will discuss instructions to prepare for your visit at the time that you make your appointment. Avoid eating or drinking after midnight if you plan to go to sleep for a surgical procedure or if you have not decided which method you will choose. You should not eat or drink anything by mouth including, gum, mints, ice, and water. Failure to follow these instructions could result in having your procedure rescheduled or having the procedure without anesthesia.

How much does an abortion cost?

ACWC provides low-cost abortion services. Please contact our clinic for detailed pricing information. You may also qualify for financial assistance from one or more of our funding partners. Additionally, here are some additional resources for pregnant people:

Internet Privacy and Security

Internet Privacy and Security

Legal Support

Prenatal Care

Your state, or local county, public health websites will list resources for prenatal and infant care, along with Medicaid access. Here is an example of Georgia’s pregnancy resources.

Insurance networks can also help you find obstetrical and prenatal care. Their contact information can be found on your insurance card and your insurance company’s web page.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS Mail Order Pills)

Who is eligible for ACWC's Medical Abortion Services by Mail?

ACWC offers Medical Abortion services by mail to individuals with a mailing address in Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Virginia. If you reside in one of these states, you are eligible for this service.

What if I don't have a mailing address in one of the eligible states?

If you do not have a mailing address in one of the eligible states, ACWC can still assist you with your medical needs in person at our clinic. If traveling to Atlanta is challenging, we can provide resources to help you find local abortion providers and additional financial assistance.

How do I contact ACWC for Medical Abortion Services by Mail?

You can review the potential side effects of a medical abortion here.

How do I contact ACWC for Medical Abortion Services by Mail?

To inquire about our Medical Abortion services by mail, please contact us at 770-212-9652.

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1874 Piedmont Ave NE
Suite 570E
Atlanta, Georgia 30324

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