Go Mobile Clinic exists to protect life through education, support, services and encouragement. We are pro-life, pro-love, pro-woman and pro-families.
We are here to uplift women and families facing unexpected pregnancies in SW Indiana. We give accurate information about pregnancy, fetal development, lifestyle issues and related concerns, free of charge with a compassionate approach. We give each client the love and support they need to make the best educated decision for themselves.
Go Mobile Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the state of Indiana. From support of the community, we are able to meet the needs of women facing unexpected pregnancies and other services to all populations. We are 100% funded through the generosity of the local community. All donations are tax deductible. Contact us to learn how to get involved, upcoming events or to support Go Mobile Clinic.
Commitment of Care
- Clients are served without regard to age, race, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual identity, gender identity, disability, religious affiliation or other arbitrary circumstances.
- All client information is confidential, according to HIPAA guidelines, releases and permissions are properly obtained. Client info is confidential except if child abuse reporting laws apply or if we believe or hear that you are in danger of hurting yourself or others, or if we must comply with a subpoena from a court of law, or as otherwise required by law.
- Our Go Mobile Clinic does not profit from your reproductive choices.
- Clients receive information and education in a pressure-free environment
- Medical services are provided in accordance with all applicable laws, and in accordance with pertinent medical standards under the supervision and direction of a licensed physician.
- Clients are treated with compassion, kindness and in a caring manner.
- Clients receive evidence-based medical information about pregnancy, fetal development, lifestyle issues and related concerns.
- We do not perform or refer for abortions, however, we are committed to providing evidence based and medically sourced information about abortion procedures and associated risks, empowering you to make informed decisions with all the facts.
- Go Mobile Clinic is governed by a board of directors and operate in accordance with its articles of incorporation, by-laws and stated purpose and mission.
- Go Mobile Clinic complies with applicable legal and regulatory requirements regarding employment, fundraising, financial management, taxation, and public disclosure, including the filing of all applicable government reports in a timely manner.
- Staff, board members and volunteers receive appropriate training to uphold these standards.
- The contents of the Go Mobile Clinic website (gomobileclinic.org) are for information purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
How much are your services?
All our services are offered at no cost to you, and you do not have to provide proof of insurance.
What are some of the most common pregnancy symptoms?
Most common early signs and symptoms of pregnancy might include: missed period, tender and/or swollen breasts, nausea, vomiting, fatigue. Less common signs/symptoms: moodiness, bloating, light spotting, cramping, food adversions
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, make an appointment online or call us at 812-925-5111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the difference between the morning after pill and the abortion pill?
The morning after pill is an emergency contraception when you think your regular contraception has failed and you have had unprotected sex.
The abortion pill is used in pregnancy usually between 4 to 9 weeks to induce a chemical abortion.
When can I take a home pregnancy test?
The best time to take a home pregnancy test is the first day of your missed period. But it is best to schedule an appointment when you have missed a period. Home pregnancy tests assert to detect the hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in early pregnancy, but they can be inconclusive especially if you have irregular periods.
Regardless of your home pregnancy test result, you can still call to make an appointment to confirm your pregnancy.
Will my visit be confidential?
Yes, absolutely! We follow HIPAA guidelines and have a strict policy on confidentiality. Everything will be kept in confidence unless otherwise required by law.
May I bring my partner or a support person with me?
Yes, we encourage you to bring your partner with you, if possible. If he is unavailable, then feel free to bring a friend, parent or family member who is supportive of you and your wishes.
IF SOMEONE INSISTS ON COMING WITH YOU BUT YOU DO NOT WANT THEM IN THE CONSULTATION ROOM WITH YOU, PLEASE LET A STAFF MEMBER OR CLIENT ADVOCATE KNOW ON YOUR APPOINTMENT FORM OR UPON ARRIVAL.
Do I need an appointment?
We recommend making an appointment request online or by calling to be sure you are seen at your convenience. Walk-ins are also welcome. If an appointment is available, we will do our best to see you that day.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
You do not need to bring anything with you except a photo ID. All of our services are free. A student ID with photo is acceptable if you do not have a drivers license.
If I am a minor, can I come alone?
Yes. We can still provide services and medical support to minors. Call us at 812-925-5111 or email email@example.com, regardless of your circumstances.
Why do I need an ultrasound?
The only way to confirm a pregnancy without doubt is with an ultrasound. A pregnancy test alone is not always 100% accurate. An ultrasound will determine the date of the pregnancy, that the pregnancy is in the uterus and not ectopic, and if the pregnancy is viable.
When considering an abortion, it is vital to have an ultrasound to determine these factors because abortion may not be necessary or the cost of the abortion will be dependent on these factors.