Pregnancy and Alcohol

Reporting Requirements

Laws addressing requirements to report indicators or evidence, such as results from screening or toxicological testing of women or babies, of alcohol use or abuse by women during pregnancy.

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SC (South Carolina)
1/1/2003 - 5/22/2008            
SC (South Carolina)

In South Carolina, there is no affirmative duty to report a woman who has used alcohol during pregnancy or a child with fetal alcohol syndrome. Nevertheless, legal provisions mandate that information on the occurrence of fetal alcohol syndrome be collected in a central database of birth defects. 61 S.C. Code Ann. Regs. § 114.

5/23/2008 - 1/1/2018 Yes Yes   Yes  Yes 5 Citations