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We are open! We have appointment times available. Call 719-884-4070 or text 719-888-7118 to book an appointment. Serving patients in all states.

CARE Colorado – Your Safe Place for Abortion Care

CARE Colorado OK

Same-day appointments and financial assistance available!

Free Abortion Services to OK Residents

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(Appointments are available for patients from Tuesday-Saturday).

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CARE Clinic Colorado Near OK

If you’re looking for a safe place for abortion care, then the dedicated team at CARE Colorado Clinic near Oklahoma is ready to help you with anything you may need. The CARE in CARE Colorado stands for Clinics for Abortion and Reproductive Excellence, which is what we strive for every single day. Too many people in our country don’t have the safe access they need to reliable abortion care and reproductive care, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure those near Oklahoma don’t have to struggle in getting the care they need.

About CARE Colorado Near OK Services

We have put together a team of doctors and other licensed medical professionals who have years of experience in providing abortions and reproductive care near Oklahoma. We have built our practice around offering every one of our patients care with kindness, courtesy, justice, love, and respect, which every patient deserves. Our services are safe and they are provided compassionately. We will listen to what you need and provide it however we can. That includes both the procedures themselves, as well as the emotional support that you need if you’ve found yourself in a stressful situation. Not everyone has the support system they need, so we are here to be your support system.

Medical Abortion Clinic Near OK

We offer medical abortions near Oklahoma to our patients at CARE Clinic Colorado during their first trimester. We limit these to the first trimester as that is when the medical abortion is the safest and most effective. There are two options for medical abortions that are right for different lengths of pregnancy. The first, the abortion pill or medication abortion, we offer to patients up to 11 weeks of pregnancy. This involves taking a series of two pills over the course of 1-3 days that will terminate the pregnancy in a non-invasive way. The second option is a vacuum aspiration, which we offer up to 16 weeks of pregnancy. This involves using gentle suction to remove the pregnancy tissue. We generally recommend the vacuum aspiration to those who are beyond the length of pregnancy where the abortion pill is still effective.

Surgical Abortion Clinic Near OK

The surgical abortion is an effective method that we offer to patients CARE Colorado in the Oklahoma area. We offer surgical abortions up to 24 weeks of pregnancy. The surgical method we use is the D&E, or Dilation & Evacuation. This procedure is performed over the course of 1 or 2 consecutive clinic visits. We analyze all of our patients risk factors before ever recommending a procedure to know which will be the safest and most effective for you. We also perform ultrasounds before recommending a procedure to confirm the pregnancy and the length of pregnancy, which also tells us what will be best for you.

Your Health Is Our Number One Concern

At CARE Clinic Colorado, we follow a patient-first philosophy. We put your health first and foremost in our medical decisions, both physical health and mental health. You know what is best for you, and we can provide you the information you need to make an informed choice for yourself. We’ll do everything we need to ensure that any procedure you choose is safe and effective for you. We also provide counseling and one-on-one access to your doctor to address any emotional or psychological concerns you may have. At our abortion clinic near OK, we treat every patient as the unique person that they are with the human dignity that you deserve.


Financial Assistance

CARE Colorado provides financial assistance to our patients with the help of our funders. These abortion funds may be able to cover the full cost of your abortion and travel costs. Please schedule your appointment first prior to contacting these funds as we may have additional funds or information to provide to you during the appointment scheduling process. Click the button below to learn more.

Abortion Pill FAQ

Offered up to 11 weeks

When taken in the first trimester, the abortion pill is 94-98% effective.

If you are taking the abortion pill, some minor side effects may set in after taking the second pill. These side effects may include bleeding, cramping, and nausea.

The cramping happens because the second pill causes your uterus to contract, which is the source of these cramping pains. You can treat these cramping pains in the same way you would with your usual menstrual cramps. For bleeding, it can vary from patient to patient. You may also pass clots with the bleeding. This bleeding is normal as long as you don’t use more than two menstrual pads.

Your symptoms should start to subside 24 hours after taking the second pill.

The abortion pill is very safe, with less than 1% of patients having serious complications.

One reason that patients choose the abortion pill is because it is not invasive. In 98% of patients, there is no surgical procedures necessary. We look to avoid surgical procedures by using the abortion pill, as less surgery means less risk.

The abortion pill does come with cramping and bleeding. The bleeding is usually heavier than a regular period, and the cramping can be moderate to heavy. Most patients find this to be tolerable, but if you do not we will be here to help.

Like any medical procedure, there are some risks. However, complications are very rare. These risks include infection, blood loss, and incomplete pregnancy termination. We will monitor you to ensure that you are safe, and in our follow up appointment we’ll check again.

There is no scientific evidence that the abortion pill can be reversed, so you should be 100% sure you want to go through with it before you take the first pill. We will never pressure you into a choice you don’t want to make, we are here to support you and make sure you have all the information you need for an informed choice. 

There is a very low chance of this happening, but if it does, we’ll follow up with a surgical abortion to complete the termination of the pregnancy.


Surgical Abortions Information

Offered after 18.6 weeks

Surgical abortions have a very low rate of complications. However, they are a surgery and use anesthesia. As with any surgery or procedure that uses anesthesia, there is always a risk of complications like bleeding or infection. These risks are why we perform blood work and have you visit beforehand so that we catch anything that might increase the chance of complications.

This depends on your individual health. For some higher risk patients, you will receive general anesthesia. For lower risk patients, you will receive local anesthesia, sometimes combined with a mild sedative.

There is no scientific evidence that states having a surgical abortion will affect your ability to get pregnant in the future.

We highly recommend having a follow up appointment a few weeks later, which your doctor will schedule with you. This appointment serves as a check-in. We will make sure that you are healthy and without complications, as well as ensure that the pregnancy has been terminated.

Vacuum Aspiration Information

Offered up to 18.6 weeks

Vacuum aspiration has a success rate of 99-100%

Vacuum aspiration is very safe, with a complication rate of less than 1%.

Vacuum aspirations are performed up to 18.6 weeks after your last regular period in CO. This is when they are safest and most effective.

Vacuum aspirations are performed up to 18.6 weeks in CO after your last regular period. This is when they are safest and most effective.

You will likely experience cramping during the procedure, which is a short procedure. Once it’s over, your cramping will likely subside. Some patients report off and on cramping in the next few days, but most do not.

The procedure itself is quick, lasting only up to 5 minutes. Afterward, we’ll need you to spend about 30 minutes in the recovery room to monitor you before you’re welcome to leave.