The Georgia Legislature passed the Woman’s Right to Know Act in 2005. This legislation ensures women are given the opportunity to make informed decisions about abortion procedures.
The Woman’s Right to Know Act requires that women who seek abortions be fully informed about relevant issues such as:
- Medical risks of abortion
- Abortion methods and associated medical risks
- The possible detrimental psychological effects
- Medical risks of carrying a pregnancy to term
- Probable gestational age of the fetus at the time the abortion is to be performed
- Father’s responsibility
- Medical assistance benefits may be available for prenatal care, childbirth, and neonatal care
- Information on free ultrasounds
In compliance with Georgia law, First Choice Georgia Pregnancy Clinic will provide you with all of this information in addition to the medical services necessary for you to make an informed decision. All of our free and confidential services are provided by compassionate and non judgemental staff.