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Abortion Information Center

During the 2011 Session of the Indiana General Assembly, the General Assembly passed Public Law 193-2011 [House Bill 1210] pertaining to abortion matters. Public Law 193-2011 required the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) to post Internet web site links concerning materials described in the statute on the IDOH’s web site.

Senate Enrolled Act 371 (2013) required the IDOH to develop an informed consent brochure and post on the IDOH web site. The statute also required the IODH to develop forms certifying that abortion information has been provided to the pregnant woman seeking an abortion.

This web site is provided by the IDOH in compliance with statutory requirements. This site provides the abortion informed consent brochure and links to external sites that provide information about abortion. This information is intended to be informational. The Indiana Department of Health does not endorse nor is responsible for the content provided in external links. References to legal requirements in may refer to legal requirements in other states and not necessarily be applicable in Indiana.


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Abortion Informed Consent Brochure

The IDOH was required by Indiana statute to develop an informed consent brochure and post on the department’s web site [Senate Enrolled Act 371 (2013) - IC 16-34-2-1.5]. The abortion provider is required to provide the pregnant woman with a color copy of the brochure [IC 16-34-2-1.1(a)(4)]. The IDOH Abortion Informed Consent Brochure is the statutorily required brochure.

The printer/copier version may be used to print the brochure from a desktop printer or standard copier. The pages will print individually in numerical order.




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Indiana 211 Service

Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. (IN211) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building the 2-1-1 system for Indiana. The goal is to create a seamless network of information and referral services that enables anyone in Indiana in need of human services to have quick referrals to those who provide them by dialing 2-1-1. Additionally, aggregate data will be collected to assist communities in assessing needs and allocating resources.

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) recognized the Partnership as the proper administrator for the 2-1-1 dialing code on February 20, 2002, and issued a final order on June 17, 2004. The Indiana General Assembly passed legislation supporting 2-1-1 that became effective July 1, 2004 (I.C. 8-1-19.5). IN211 is actively working to implement 2-1-1 service in order to serve all Hoosiers through linked IN211 Centers.

Learn more about your local 2-1-1 at

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Page Updated: September 2022