The clinics in Anderson, Franklin, Kokomo, Shelbyville, and Indianapolis will close over the next six months. Planned Parenthood of Indiana says the five clinics - among 34 it operates in Indiana - serve a total of about 8,500 patients.
Planned Parenthood said it is losing about $2 million in federal grants administered by the Indiana State Department of Health. The grants were used to help pay some of the costs of patient treatment.
Starting in October, the nonprofit Indiana Family Council will take over administering that money.