The following lists represent agencies and health care providers who have agreed or requested to have their clinics and agencies listed on this website. The lists are not comprehensive of all agencies and providers of pregnancy-related services in Alaska. Local telephone directories may provide further contact information for pregnancy-related services in Alaska, or visit
Alaska 2-1-1 to search by community.
If you are interested in listing your agency, service(s), clinic or facility on this website, please follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.
The State of Alaska does not take responsibility for the information or services provided by the agencies, services, clinics or facilities listed below.
State of Alaska Public Health Centers
Public health nurses at public health centers provide contraceptive education and counseling, condoms, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, and referral to appropriate services for additional care. Prescription contraceptives are available from Advanced Nurse Practitioners by appointment at a few public health centers. Please contact the
Public Health Center nearest you to see what services are available.
Pregnancy-related Counseling, Support, and/or Clinical Services
The agencies, clinics, and professionals listed here offer a wide variety of services, ranging from comprehensive primary care and pregnancy-related clinical services and/or support for all pregnancy options, including abortion; family planning and contraceptive services and referrals; and faith-based pregnancy support.
Note: some tribal health facilities only serve beneficiaries. For details about the services offered at each site, please contact the site directly. The agencies, clinics, and professionals listed here include:
- Private health care practitioners (Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, and Physicians' Assistants) licensed in the state of Alaska;
- Hospitals, Community Health Centers, Rural Health Clinics, and Private Health Care Facilities;
- Social workers, licensed by the State of Alaska, who specialize in pregnancy-related counseling, support and referral;
- Adoption agencies and attorneys who provide counseling and support services for pregnant women seeking adoption information and child placement assistance.
Please note that the agencies listed here may not be licensed by the State of Alaska. Please contact directly the agency or individual provider listed here to obtain information about their licensing or certification (or see below for more information about adoption.)
- Faith-based agencies can offer faith-based, pregnancy-related support, counseling and referral to pregnant women, and post-abortion counseling. Some sites also can provide maternity clothes and baby items free-of-charge. Finally, some faith-based organizations are licensed adoption agencies and provide child placement assistance.
In the lists below, faith-based agencies are identified in the "Notes" section for those agencies.
- Other agencies that specifically requested to be listed on this website; a brief description of services provided is included with each agency listed.
Please Click on a region below for an alphbetical list by community.
Other Pregnancy-related Resources
Safe Surrender of Infants:
This law allows you to give up your baby within the first 21 days of birth by bringing the baby to a fire or police station, medical facility, or to a person you can trust. For more information about safe surrender, please visit the State of Alaska
Office of Children's Services website.
Alaska Center for Resource Families
provides general adoption information, guidance, and resources for women and families seeking adoption.
State of Alaska Division of Behavioral Health:
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
National Teratogen Informationprovides information on harmful effects of drugs and alcohol during pregnancy; National Referral Line: 866-626-6847
Natural Family Planning information
The State of Alaska's Division of Public Assistance may be able to help you pay for the pregnancy option you choose.
Information about assistance, eligibility, and applying for Medicaid, Adult Public Assistance, and Denali Kid Care
For women who choose to continue their pregnancy, the State of Alaska's Child Support Services Division offers two sites where you may find answers to your questions about child support enforcement:
List your Agency, Services, Facility or Clinic on this website
If you are interested in listing your agency, services, clinic or facility on this website, please follow these instructions:
Resource Directory Request Form online
- Print and complete the Request Form in
The State of Alaska reviews and updates the information on this website and new information submitted to the department at least once a year. In order for department staff to verify the accuracy of the information you provide,
you must include a current telephone contact number on your application.