Pregnancy



Abortion

There are two kinds of abortion in the U.S. — in-clinic abortion and the abortion pill. Abortions are very common. In fact, 3 out of 10 women in the U.S. have an abortion by the time they are 45 years old. If you are pregnant, you have options. If you are trying to decide if abortion is the right choice for you, you probably have many things to think about. Learning the facts about abortion may help you in making your decision. You may also want to learn more about parenting and adoption. If you are under 18, your state may require one or both of your parents to give permission for your abortion or be told of your decision prior to the abortion. However, in most states you can ask a judge to excuse you from these requirements. Learn more about parental consent for abortion. Only you can decide what is best for you. But we are here to help. A staff member at your local Planned Parenthood health center can discuss abortion and all of your options with you and help you find the services you need.


Campus

Women's Health Clinic, Student Health Services

The Women’s Health Clinic makes referrals and provides general Information about abortions.
Call 530.752.2349 to make an appointment

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Local

Backline

Backline's purpose is to help those who are pregnant explore pregnancy options in a safe supportive and confidential environment.

Volunteer Talk Line Advocates are available to talk about all aspects of this decision-making process.
1-888-493-0092 (confidential free talk line)

For more information, click here.

Women's Health Specialist, Sacramento

Free Health Care Service. Provides confidential, compassionate, nonjudgmental health care.

All birth control methods, pap smears, abortion services, STD testing and treatment, prenatal information, adoption and referrals. Free Pregnancy tests. MediCal and insurance accepted.

Sacramento (916) 451-0621
Teen Care-a-Van (916) 451-0621 (mobile clinic in Sacramento)

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ACCESS

ACCESS provides free, confidential and nonjudgmental information, referrals, peer counseling and advocacy to women seeking all kinds of reproductive health care.

1-800-376-4636

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Sutter Davis Hospital Women's Health

2000 Sutter Place, Davis, CA 95616
530-750-5880

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Choice Medical group

Sacramento, CA
916-483-2885

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Planned Parenthood

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Exhale

Post abortion support talkline: 1-866-4-EXHALE

For more information, click here.

National

Feminist Women's Health Center

Feminist Women's Health Center is a social justice organization that combines direct services (abortion, birth control, reproductive healthcare), with advocacy and activism (to preserve and expand access) and community education (to demystify health information and empower women's health decisions.)

For more information, click here.

NARAL: Pro-Choice America Foundation

For more information, click here.

SisterSong: Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective

For more information, click here.

National Abortion Federation

For more information, click here.

Abortion Myths

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Abortion Facts

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Adoption

More information coming soon


Local

Backline

Backline's purpose is to help those who are pregnant explore pregnancy options in a safe supportive and confidential environment.

Volunteer Talk Line Advocates are available to talk about all aspects of this decision-making process.
1-888-493-0092 (confidential free talk line)

For more information, click here.

Chicks in Crisis

Based in Sacramento are here to help you with your parenting plan with our programs that fit your needs - parenting or open adoption.

For more information, click here.

Independent Adoption Center

1-800-877-6736

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PACT

An adoption alliance, culturally sensitive adoption
510 243 2460

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Planned Parenthood

For more information, click here.

Birth Control

More information coming soon



Campus

Emergency Contraception form Student Health & Wellness Center

Emergency Contraception(EC) or Plan B is available at the Student Health & Wellness Center.

Women ages 17 and older may purchase EC over the counter at the pharmacy. Women under 17 need to speak with the advice nurse to obtain a prescription first. Registered Students pay $35.

Call the advice nurse for more information: 530 752 9649

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Local

Davis Communicare Clinic

Services for women includes preventive care and gynecological services like annual exams and pap tests, treatment for urinary tract and vaginal infections, mammogram referrals, family planning education, pregnancy testing, birth control supplies and sexually transmitted disease treatment. Special teen-friendly clinics (under 19 years old) are also available.

2040 Sutter Place Davis, CA 95616
530-758-2060

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ACCESS

ACCESS provides free, confidential and nonjudgmental information, referrals, peer counseling and advocacy to women seeking all kinds of reproductive health care.

1-800-376-4636

For more information, click here.

Women's Health Specialist

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Miscarriage

More information coming soon



Campus

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS provides a variety of services including one-on-one counseling and group therapy, as well as a variety of educational workshops and discussions throughout the year.
(530) 752-0871

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Community Counselors

WRRC: Jezzie Zimbardo is the Women Center and LGBTRC's Community Counselor
Community Counselors assist all students, including those from diverse and vulnerable populations, in achieving their academic goal and addressing obstacles and areas of concern related to personal, social academic and career choices, family issues and other stress factors such as financial and work-school balance.

Stop by the Women's Center in North Hall or call 752 2727 for an appointment.

National

Journey of Hearts

Designed to be a place for resources and support to help those in the grief process following a loss or a significant life change. This website contains a variety of different Grief AIDEs including information, techniques for coping, resources, and links to other websites.

For more information, click here.

Prenatal & Postnatal Care

More information coming soon



Campus

Student Health Services, Women's Clinic

530-752-2349

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Academic and Staff Assistance Program

530-752-2727

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Pregnant Student Support Group (CAPS)

Are you a pregnant student who would like to meet other pregnant students in order to share thoughts, feelings and ideas about the physical and emotional experiences of your pregnancy? This group is open to all pregnant Undergrad and Grad students.

For more information, click here.

Local

Davis Communicare Clinic

2040 Sutter Place Davis, CA 95616
530-758-2060

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Sutter West Women's Health

Sutter Davis Hospital provides comprehensive pregnancy and gynecologic services, with a carefully designed Birthing Center to provide each mother with the experience that is most attuned to her preferences and medical needs.
(530) 750-5800

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Birth and Beyond

To help support new moms and their families from pregnancy until their baby is 5 years old. Child development classes, Parent Support Groups, Information on other family services Parent & Children Groups, Connection with Community Resources.

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Doula Care

The doula's role is to provide physical, emotional and informational support to the person giving birth and their partners during labor and birth.

The doula offers help and advice in comfort measures such as breathing, relaxation, movement and positioning. The doula also assists families in gathering information about the course of their labor and their options. The doula's goal is to help pregnant people have a safe and satisfying childbirth as they define it.

Birth Fusion: Child Birth Education

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Valley Foothill Doula Collective

For more information, click here.

Capital City Doulas

For more information, click here.

Welcome Home Doula Service

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California WIC

Women Infant and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program is for low income pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women and children under age five who have a nutrition risk.

WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion, medical care referrals, and specific supplemental nutritious foods which are high in protein and/ or iron.
Yolo County WIC: 530-666-8445
Sacramento County WIC: 916-876-5000

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Expectant Mother Parking

Obtain a TAPS Medical permit by obtaining a statement of health from your physician stating the nature of your medical needs and the duration the parking accommodation is required. Or a DMV Disabled temporary placard. Required to have doctor sign disability certification and a fee of $6 for the temporary placard.

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Midwife Care

A licensed midwife is an individual who has been issued a license to practice midwifery by the Medical Board of California. The practice of midwifery authorizes the licensee to attend cases of normal pregnancy and childbirth, and to provide prenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care, including family-planning care, for the mother, and immediate care for the newborn.

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Sutter Nurse Midwife Services

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Birth Stream Midwifery

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OB/GYN Care

UCD Primary Care, Student Health & Counseling Services

A women’s health or primary care appointment can make referrals and provides general Information about pregnancy. Call 530.752.2349 to make an appointment.

For more information, click here.

Local

ACCESS

ACCESS provides free, confidential and nonjudgmental information, referrals, peer counseling and advocacy to women seeking all kinds of reproductive health care.

Considering abortion or want to talk about your options?
Wondering how to pay for a pap smear or prenatal care?
Looking for a clinic that provides abortion or birth control?
Seeking an abortion doula?
English 1.800.376.4636
Español 1.888.442.2237

For more information, click here.

Backline

Backline's purpose is to help those who are pregnant explore pregnancy options in a safe supportive and confidential environment. Volunteer Talk Line Advocates are available to talk about all aspects of this decision-making process. 1-888-493-0092 (confidential free talk line) For more information, click here.

National

The Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act, improves coverage for maternity care. For more information from the US Department of Health and Humans Services click here