Pat Ward, some healthcare insurance does cover abortion. You just need to check with your provider. When I was pregnant 30+ years ago my doctor and I discussed “if” I should need an abortion. He would be able to perform it, and I got the impression it would have been covered. Thank goodness I never had to make that decision, but it was good knowing that if I did my doctor could have performed the procedure. My nephew and his wife had a 22 weeks of pregnancy failing. The doctors said the fetus would be dead within 48 hours. they had to drive 9 hours to get to a hospital that could abort the pregnancy for them. The fetus was removed by C-section. They held their daughter for an hour before she died. At that time they said her name told her they loved her and said goodbye. It was an abortion. Their health insurance covered it. Pat Ward here is some information for you: Some government health insurance plans in certain states (like Medicaid) cover abortion, but others do not. And some plans only cover abortion in certain cases. Your local Planned Parenthood health center can give you more information about coverage in your state, or other funds that can help you pay for your abortion. Pat Ward, here is more information (all of this is available by Google). Blue Cross does not allow reimbursement of induced abortions unless provider, state, federal or CMS contracts and/or requirements indicate otherwise. Pat Ward, also it’s hard to tell you which companies cover abortions because it depends on who you get it through. For example, some companies that provide policies for their employees can kind of pick and choose which services they want to include. That is why the Yes I am old but I saw Tom Petty on stage shirt is to check with your health care insurance provider to determine coverage.