Become well-informed before choosing to have an abortion
The choice to end a pregnancy is not made thoughtlessly or easily. Women choose abortion for varied and deeply personal reasons. Many women find it helpful to discuss the decision with their partner, a family member, a close friend, their doctor, a clergyman, or a counselor. This personal issue calls for empathy and understanding in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
Services We Offer
At Jackson Women’s Health Organization (JWHO), a Mississippi state-licensed abortion clinic our licensed OB/GYNs offer abortion care to women up to 16 weeks of pregnancy.
A medication or medical abortion, commonly known as the Abortion Pill is available up to 11 weeks. Early surgical abortions are from 6 weeks up to 12 weeks (first trimester), and surgical abortions are from 12.1 up to 16 weeks (second trimester).
Mississippi Abortion Law
By Mississippi State law, state mandated information must be given in person at least 24 hours prior to having an abortion. Therefore, you must make in-clinic appointment prior to scheduling an appointment for your actual abortion procedure. Read more about the Mississippi state facts about abortion
Mississippi Officially Becomes Battleground to Overturn Roe – read more
COVID-19 Guidelines are in effect – learn more
Call us in advance to make an appointment and complete PATIENT FORMS
WHAT THEY HAD TO SAY
~ patient comments ~
I was extremely impressed with the staff, doctors, and the overall cleanliness of the facility! The whole experience was less stressful than expected.” – Google review
They were all extremely professional, personable, and kept me calm through the entire process. It’s very clean and comfortable place.” – former patient
Great place. Genuinely care about women. Safe environment. No judgment. Kind staff. Variety of health services. Reliable health care the way it should be!” – Google review
Nice clean office
Staff and doctors made me feel very comfortable. I’ve been to other offices in the area, this one is the best by far!!!” – former patient
Right to make a choice
People should have the right to make a choice. Thank y’all for all you do.” – Google review