Nebraska's Informed Consent for Abortion

This web page provides information and resources as directed in Neb. Rev. Stat. 28-327.01.

Nebraska's Statutes on Informed Consent for Abortion (2010)

Pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. 28-327.01, the following are made available:

  • Nebraska Resource and Referral System
    Access materials by geographical area.  The materials are designed to inform about public and private agencies and services available to assist a woman through pregnancy, upon childbirth, and while the child is dependent, including adoption agencies and agencies and services for prevention of unintended pregnancies.
     
  • Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Helpline: 1-800-862-1889
    Contact a toll-free, 24-a-day telephone number for provider information.
     
  • Order FREE copies of the booklet If You Are Pregnant
    This booklet provides information about the development of an unborn child.  People can access materials designed to inform about probable anatomical and physiological characteristics of the unborn child at two-week gestational increments from the time of when pregnancy can be known to full term.  This booklet can also be printed from the link above.

  • Ultrasound Providers.pdfUltrasound Providers
     
    A list of health care providers, facilities, and clinics that offer to perform ultrasounds by a
     person at least as qualified as a Registered Nurse.
     
  • DHHS Division of Behavioral Health: Network of Care
    The Network of Care website contains information about statewide behavioral health services.  People can access materials by geographical area.  The materials are designed to inform about public and private agencies with services to assist with mental health concerns, following a risk factor evaluation.

Thank you for using this webpage dedicated to Nebraska’s Informed Consent for Abortion resources.

For information contact:

Kathy Karsting, RN, MPH
Program Manager, Maternal Child Adolescent Health
kathy.karsting@nebraska.gov 

402-471-0160 toll free 800-801-1122

 

 
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