Women from Northern Ireland can have free abortions through the NHS in Scotland.
Abortions are illegal in Northern Ireland except for instances where the health of the woman is at risk.
That has caused women traveling to Great Britain.
New regulations are permitting women to get abortion services come into force on Monday.
Public health minister Aileen Campbell reported the Scottish government also wanted to address the "hurdles" girls face when traveling to Scotland for an abortion.
She said: "Abortion may be an emotive issue - however, I'm proud this government is working hard to ensure girls are always able to access clinically protected services.
"That is why we've taken action to make certain that girls from Northern Ireland can freely access abortion services through NHS Scotland.
"I also recognize the barriers that girls from Northern Ireland confront when they have to travel to access abortion services that are the reason we are examining what more we can do to approach them."
When First Minister Nicola Sturgeon first stated she had been contemplating the proposition last year, she had been strongly criticised by anti-abortion campaigners.
The Northern Ireland effort group, Precious Life, alleged that allowing women to access NHS abortions in Scotland would spark a "public outcry."
Its administrator, Bernadette Smyth, said abortion was a criminal offense in Northern Ireland along with also the movement would "run roughshod over the legislation and the democratic process."
In June this year, the UK government announced it would offer NI girls free abortions providers in England.
Ever since that time, the three abortion providers in England have not been charging residents of Northern Ireland.
Risk to health
At a ministerial statement at October Justine Greening, the equalities minister said low-income women would also receive assistance with travel expenses.
Abortions are only allowed in Northern Ireland there is a severe or permanent threat to her health or when a woman's life is at risk.
Rape, incest, and deadly fetal abnormalities aren't circumstances in which they may be carried out legally.
Women seeking an abortion can move to other parts of the UK to have one secretly but had not been allowed to have them free on the NHS - a position which was backed by the UK Supreme Court in June.
Over 50 MPs from the major parties had endorsed a call to gain access to NHS abortions in England, leading a concession to be created by the UK government rather than risk a defeat that was potential.
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