PEI Abortion Rights Network

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Abortion Clinics

Women's Wellness Program

Prince County Hospital
Summerside, PE
Toll Free: 1-844-365-8258

Surgical abortions are performed up to 12 weeks of pregnancy. Program staff can help women from PEI access providers in other provinces after 12 weeks of pregnancy.

The Moncton Hospital

Family Planning Clinic
Moncton, NB
Toll Free: 1-844-806-9205

Abortions are performed up to 13 weeks, 6 days of pregnancy.

Please note: Phone lines are open Monday to Friday from 8:30am - 4:00pm. Calls made after hours or on weekends will be returned during regular business hours. Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:00pm.

QEII Health Sciences Centre

Termination of Pregnancy Unit
Halifax, NS
(902) 473-7072

Abortions are performed up to 15 weeks, 6 days of pregnancy.

Please note: When you call this number, you may have to leave a voicemail message and a number so that someone can call you back.

Clinic 554

Fredericton, NB
Toll Free: 1-855-978-5434

A private clinic. Fees range from $700 to $850. Abortions are performed up to 16 weeks of pregnancy. (If the pregnancy is beyond 16 weeks, referral is made to another service, either in Quebec or Ontario.)

Appointment lasts approximately 3-4 hours, with the actual abortion procedure taking approximately 10-20 minutes.

Other Helpful Contacts and Services

Health PEI Abortion Services Out of Province Coordinator

Phone: (902) 368-6516

Health PEI - Out-of-Province Travel Support Plan

Phone: (902) 368-5918
Email: ooptravelsupport@gov.pe.ca

Women's Network PEI

Phone: (902) 368-5040
Toll free: 1 (888) 362-7373

Community Legal Information Association - CLIA

Phone: (902) 892-0853
Toll free: 1 (800) 240-9798

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Resources

Prince Edward Island Women Speak Out

This zine includes stories of Island women and their struggles with accessing abortion and reproductive rights. The history of activism is celebrated, and recent events taken to advocate for reproductive rights are highlighted. Excerpts from the Speak Out! event In April 2012 are included, where women's stories were shared aloud. Watch videos from the Speak Out! event

Speak Out 1

General Resources on Abortion and Abortion Rights

Backline

Backline promotes unconditional and judgment-free support for the full spectrum of decisions, feelings and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, adoption and abortion. Through direct service and social change strategies, Backline is building a world where all people can make the reproductive decisions that are best for their lives, without coercion or limitation, and where the dignity of lived experiences is affirmed and honored.

Canadians For Choice

Incorporated in 2002, Canadians for Choice is a pro-choice, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to ensuring reproductive choice for all Canadians. CFC envisages a world where individuals – regardless of age, ability, race, gender, sexual orientation, place of residence, or socio-economic and other status – have access to the information, resources and services required to make and exercise informed choices on all aspects of their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada

The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada (ARCC) is the only nation-wide political pro-choice group devoted to ensuring abortion rights and access for women. We formed in October 2005 to carry out political and educational work to support reproductive rights and health.

National Abortion Federation

The National Abortion Federation (NAF) is the professional association of abortion providers in North America. We believe that women should be trusted to make private medical decisions in consultation with their health care providers. NAF currently offers quality training and services to abortion providers and unbiased information and referral services to women.

Research Links

World Health Organization: Reproductive health and research
Colleen MacQuarrie, University of Prince Edward Island