About Pregnancy, Abortion and Adoption Resources

Idaho Statute 18-609 requires the Department of Health and Welfare to compile a Free Ultrasound Provider List and provide information directing patients where to obtain further information in locating a health care provider to consult about chemical abortions, including interventions, if any, that may affect chemical abortions.

In addition to the required provision of the Fetal Growth and Development, What You Should Know About Abortion, and Directory of Pregnancy and Child Health Services booklets when a woman is seeking an abortion, providers are now required to provide the Free Ultrasound Provider List within 24 hours prior to an abortion being performed.

Pregnancy and abortion resources

Providers, facilities, and clinics across the state who offer ultrasounds free of charge to women contemplating abortion.
Providers who can provide information, assistance, or consultation about chemical abortion, including the interventions, if any, that may affect the effectiveness or reversal of a chemical abortion.
This brochure describes the stages of fetal development from 2-36 weeks.
This brochure is a directory of names, addresses, and telephone numbers of public and private agencies that provide services and financial aid.
This brochure will afford you information on the various methods of abortion commonly used, the medical and potential emotional risks associated with abortion, and medical risks associated with carrying a baby to term.
Information for expectant families about Down syndrome diagnosis.

Recursos sobre embarazos y aborto

Este folleto describe las etapas del desarrollo fetal de 2 a 36 semanas.
Este folleto es un directorio de nombres, direcciones y números de teléfono de agencias públicas y privadas que brindan servicios y ayuda financiera.
Este folleto le brindará información sobre los diversos métodos de aborto que se utilizan comúnmente, los riesgos médicos y emocionales potenciales asociados con el aborto y los riesgos médicos asociados con llevar un bebé a término.
Información para las familias en espera con un diagnóstico de síndrome de Down.

*Information presented on these lists are provided "as is" without any representations or warranties, expressed or implicit, in compliance with Idaho Statute 18-609 and is for information purposes only. This information is not intended to constitute medical advice or the provision of medical services. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. The Department of Health and Welfare does not inspect, certify, or endorse any of the providers listed and cannot be held liable for the action(s) of said providers.

Adoption Resources

A searchable database for pregnancy and child health services is available through the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine, a free statewide community information and referral service. Search the online database using 'Get Help' on the left side menu or dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588 to reach a customer service specialist.