Session Law 2023-14 (enacted Senate Bill 20) describes new requirements for informed consent, reporting, and patient information relating to abortions that will take effect July 1, 2023. The NC Department of Health and Human Services has developed materials to comply with these new requirements.

The required NCDHHS documents are listed below and are also available at North Carolina Reproductive Health Services (

NCDHHS Consent Forms:

NCDHHS Reporting Forms:

  • NCDHHS 1891 Abortion Case Report Form – (English/Spanish)
  • NCDHHS Abortion Complications Reporting Supplement 1891a – (English/Spanish)

Additional Resources for Providers are Listed Below:

Questions may be directed to: [email protected]


**  Update 6/28/2023:  The General Assembly updated Senate Bill 20 and made changes to the regulation of medication abortion. A provision in the bill required physicians to verify the gestational age was less than 70 days before dispensing an abortion inducing medication. That provision has been removed. The change suggests that medication abortion will now be available in North Carolina for up to 12 weeks gestation