The website for Planned Parenthood Great Plains appears to confirm that Planned Parenthood will soon offer abortions at a facility at 1222 West Poplar Street in Rogers, Arkansas.
At this time, the website indicates that abortions at the facility will be drug-induced using the RU-486 chemical abortion regimen.
Recently Family Council learned that Planned Parenthood has worked to acquire a facility in Rogers that could be used to perform abortions. The facility was acquired by an entity called 12 Redacre LLC, but the company’s mailing address matched a mailing address for Planned Parenthood Great Plains in Overland Park, Kansas.
Since then, Planned Parenthood has confirmed to multiple news outlets that intends to reopen in Northwest Arkansas, but it has not confirmed when or where that location might be.
According to its website, the Planned Parenthood facility in Rogers will offer drug-induced abortions up to nine weeks of pregnancy, abortion counseling, abortion referrals, the morning-after pill, LGBTQ services, and other procedures.
While we are still waiting for an official announcement from Planned Parenthood, all of this seems to confirm what pro-lifers in Arkansas have suspected for several days: Planned Parenthood is opening an abortion facility in Rogers.
Pro-lifers in Northwest Arkansas are already on the move, opposing Planned Parenthood’s pro-abortion agenda through prayer and ministry outside the facility.
As we have written before, Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion provider, and it has a long history of working in Arkansas.
The organization currently operates a chemical abortion facility in Little Rock.
The group’s political action committee has been active in recent legislative races.
Prior to 2015, Planned Parenthood received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the State of Arkansas via Medicaid.
And Planned Parenthood currently is working with the ACLU to block Arkansas from enforcing pro-life legislation that passed earlier this year.