Even before Roe v. Wade was overturned, abortion numbers have been declining in Idaho. Learn how the current laws affect our state and about your options if you are unexpectedly pregnant and considering an abortion.
Is Abortion Legal in Idaho?
Because Roe was overturned, a state trigger law has gone into effect in August 2022, banning most elective abortions in Idaho. Some exceptions do apply.
What if I’m Unexpectedly Pregnant?
Your pregnancy may not have been your choice, but what you do with it is. Before you make any final decisions about your future or travel to obtain an abortion, there are a couple of things you should do for your personal health.
Talk With Someone
The Mayo Clinic advises seeking support as you consider your options about your pregnancy and abortion options.
If you have an unexpected pregnancy in Idaho, you are not alone.
Our caring, knowledgeable staff offers a safe place to process your emotions and next steps. We can answer your questions and provide information about all your options.
Get an Ultrasound
An ultrasound will give you more details about how far along you are and alert you to any health complications you may have. Did you know it’s possible to have a positive pregnancy test without actually having a viable pregnancy? An ultrasound will reveal this.
Having an ultrasound is an important first step whether you ultimately choose to continue your pregnancy or have an elective abortion outside of Idaho. The health details given by an ultrasound influence the type of abortion you may be eligible for.
You may be eligible for an ultrasound at no charge through our clinic services.
Women’s Health Services at No Charge in Twin Falls, ID
Your health is important to us! As you think about your abortion and pregnancy options in Idaho, we’re here to help. We offer ultrasounds, pregnancy testing, and other services at no charge.
Contact us today for a private consultation.