Despite the fact that violence against women is a widespread problem in the United States, many providers do not routinely screen for it, particularly if the woman is not from a lower socioeconomic group. This was a secondary analysis of survey data from 940 antenatal women in private CNM and MD practices. Median annual income was $40,000 to $49,000 and mean schooling completed was 15 years. It was found that 91 (9.7%) had a history of previous abuse and eight (0.9%) were currently in an abusive relationship. Women with a previous history of abuse were found in the CNM caseloads at higher than expected levels. Annual income was predictive of women currently being abused, but not for women with past history. Abused women had on average less education than nonabused, with the most marked difference seen in women reporting current abuse. These results provide further evidence that the problem of abuse is not restricted to women of lower socioeconomic status. The finding that women with history of abuse were more likely to appear in CNM caseloads adds further support to the need for routine screening.