Let Us Be Your Go-To Resource
We are your shame-free, judgment-free, go-to place for unexpected pregnancy solutions.
We fully understand that each person’s situation is unique and different. You will never feel judged or pressured to do anything by our staff. We are here to listen, provide you education, answer your questions and support you any way that we can.
We are here to make you feel empowered and supported no matter what reason brings you to our clinic.
All services are available to anyone regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.
Confidential and Free Services
Services include but are not limited to:
- Pregnancy tests
- Pregnancy Options consultations
- Abortion information
- Limited obstetrical ultrasounds
- Limited STI tests
- Pregnancy support
- Support for men
- After abortion support
- Infant loss support
- Sexual health education
- Referrals to physicians, material resources and pregnancy classes near you
Be Informed before you decide (free pregnancy tests, free limited obstetric ultrasound, consultations regarding options and much more).
First step before anything is to find out if you are in fact, pregnant. Missing your period is the most common symptom but that alone doesn’t mean you are pregnant.
Pregnancy tests are an indicator for pregnancy but not pregnancy confirmation
An ultrasound is the only method that can 100% confirm your pregnancy and determine how far along you are.
Why You Need an Ultrasound Before Abortion
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 growing in a place it shouldn’t, and if the pregnancy is viable.
The cost of the abortion will be dependent on these factors.
Do I need to get tested?
- Have you recently had unprotected sex?
- Have you had a change in partners?
- Have you experienced itching or burning in your pelvic area?
- Are you pregnant?
- Have you scheduled an abortion?
Anyone who is sexually active is at risk for contracting an STI or STD, no matter what protection you use. You may need to get tested even if you have zero symptoms or use a condom consistently. There is always a risk of STIs and STDs with sex, even oral and anal.
Every year in the U.S. there are an estimated 20 million new STD infections, and nearly half of the new cases occur in people ages 15-24. An estimated half of all sexually active unmarried people will get an STD before the age of 25.
How can we help?
Our caring staff can provide free sexual health education and fre STI testing for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia using a noninvasive urine sample. We are here for you with a confidential safe place to talk about relationship and sexual health.