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Pregnancy Options

 ABORTION

There are at least two licensed abortion clinics in Utah, all of which are located in Salt Lake County. Your private provider may also provide this service. There are generally two types of abortion: the abortion pill (medication) and in-clinic (surgical). Contact one of the providers below for more information on abortion procedures or visit our Metro Health Center page.

In Utah, you must obtain face-to-face informed consent and wait 72 hours before having an abortion. You can obtain face-to-face informed consent anywhere in the state from any licensed provider, including physicians, nurses, and social workers.ABWebButton.png

Parental consent is required for abortion procedures for girls under 18 years of age in Utah.Visit here for information on parental consent laws.

Planned Parenthood Association of Utah offers in-clinic abortion services at our Metro Health Center. Call (801) 257-6789 or 1-800-230-PLAN for more information or visit our Metro Health Center page.

Wasatch Women's Center offers the abortion pill and in-clinic abortion services. Call 801-263-2111 or visit www.wasatchwomenscenter.net for more information.

Planned Parenthood West Charleston in Las Vegas, Nevada offers the abortion pill. Call 702-878-7776 or visit www.pprm.org for more information.

Birth Control Care Center in Las Vegas, Nevada offers in-clinic abortion services for Utah residents. Call 800-255-7889 or visit www.birthcontrolcarecenter.com for more information.

ADOPTION

Heart to Heart Adoptions
801-563-1000 or toll free 877-437-3424 (for potential birth parent)
www.hearttoheartadopt.com

Heart and Soul Adoptions
801-451-9333
www.heartandsouladoptions.com

Check with the Utah Department of Human Services at (801) 538-4242 for more information on licensed adoption agencies in Utah. You can also visit the National Council for Adoption for more information on adoption.

PRENATAL CARE

ABWebButton2.pngIf you are considering parenting or adoption it is important that you receive prenatal care as early as possible in your pregnancy. If you do not have insurance, there are health centers in Utah that offer pre-natal care on a sliding fee scale and/or you may qualify for Medicaid. Contact listed clinics or health centers for more information.

Do you have insurance?

Yes: Contact your insurance provider for a list of approved prenatal medical care providers.

No: Contact Baby Your Baby by phone 1-800-826-9662 or visit their website www.babyyourbaby.org to locate the phone number and address of your local office.

Baby Your Baby will send you an application for Medicaid and enroll you in their temporary medical care program to receive prenatal care while you are waiting for your Medicaid application to be processed. They can also provide you with a list of prenatal medical care providers in your area.

Local Prenatal Care Providers

Many of the community-based health centers offer prenatal care on a reduced fee schedule (based on family size and income) for those without insurance, in addition to accepting Medicaid and most private insurance policies. Listed below are a few referrals organized by area.

Salt Lake Area:

Salt Lake Valley Health Department offers prenatal care at their Ellis Shipp, South Main, and Teen Mother & Child Programs. Visit their website for more information or call (385) 468-4100.

Community Health Centers in Salt Lake, Taylorsville, and Midvale offer prenatal services; call (801) 412-3980 or visit their website for more information.

If you are pregnant and under the age of 18, you can join Planned Parenthood's weekly Teen Success support group.

Provo:

Mountainlands Family Health Center offers prenatal care for low risk pregnancies. Call (801) 429-2000 or visit www.pfhc.org for more information.

Provo Family Medicine offers prenatal care. Call (801) 812-5033 or visit www.centralutahclinic.com/departments/family-medicine-provo for more information.

St. George & Southern Utah:

Family Healthcare provides prenatal care at their in St. George and Cedar City clinics. Visit www.familyhc.org or call (435) 986-2565 (St. George) or (435) 865-1387 (Cedar City) for more information.

The Utah Navajo Health Systems offers prenatal care at their Community Health Centers in Blanding, Monument Valley, and Montezuma Creek. Visit www.unhsinc.org for more information.

Park City:

People's Health Clinic in Park City offers prenatal care. Call (435) 333-1850 or visit www.peopleshealthclinic.org for more information.

Ogden & Northern Utah:

Midtown Community Health Center offers prenatal care at their Ogden center. Call (801) 393-5355 or visit www.midtownchc.org for more information.

Clinica de Buena Salud is a Community Health Center in Brigham City that offers prenatal care. Call (435) 723-8276 or visit their website for more information.

Cache Valley Community Health Center in Logan offers prenatal care. Call (435) 755-6061 or visit www.blchc.org for more information

If you have questions about medicines, drugs, chemicals, and other environmental exposures that can potentially harm an embryo, fetus, or infant call the Utah Department of Health Pregnancy Risk line at 1-800-822-2229.

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