At your appointment, we provide:
Free Pregnancy Testing & Confirmation
We can determine how far along you are and if the pregnancy is viable. An ultrasound is needed to determine which options are available to you. You can also talk to a nurse about your medical history before you make a decision.
Free Consultations on Your Options by Trimester
Learn more about the abortion pill, abortion procedures, adoption, and parenting options. Take the time you need to explore all your options in a pressure-free environment. We do not profit from any decision you make.
Free STD Testing and Treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
We provide STI testing for the two most common sexually transmitted infections. A sexually transmitted infection should be ruled out prior to an abortion to reduce your risk of infection or complications.
Things to Note: Medication abortions (the abortion pill) are only an option if taken up to 70 days after your last menstrual period. The type and cost of surgical abortions depend on multiple factors, including how far along you are and if there are any pregnancy complications. An ultrasound is needed to determine the viability and length of pregnancy.
Get the Facts On:
The abortion pill (chemical/medication abortion) or
surgical abortion procedures and what's available by trimester
Open, closed, or semi-open adoptions and legal rights for pregnant women
Free services and resources for single or co-parents and what to expect
Why You Need an Ultrasound Before You Decide
Obstetric ultrasounds can help determine:
the approximate age of your pregnancy
if the pregnancy is viable
if there is a potentially life-threatening tubal pregnancy
if your pregnancy is developing under normal conditions
whether or not you are carrying a single fetus or multiples (depending on gestational age)
If you are considering abortion, an ultrasound is needed to determine how far along you are and what options are available to you.
For Women. For Options. For You.
We're your shame-free, judgment-free go-to place for an unexpected pregnancy. No matter who you are or what you decide, we are here for you with compassionate care and support.