frequently asked questions

Do I need to schedule an appointment?
Yes, an appointment is preferred to make sure that we have someone available to see you. 
How much do your services cost?
All fees for services have been waived, so you don’t have any out-of-pocket expenses at our clinic. Providing access to these free pregnancy services allows you to focus on yourself and what is best for you without the strain of additional financial hardship. 
Who can come with me?
Anyone can come with you, but we will first need to speak with you confidentially and privately during the initial intake process.
What do I need to bring?
All you need is a photo ID. 
What can I expect during my pregnancy test appointment?
You will meet with one of our trained Client Advocates to go over the intake process. A registered nurse will perform your pregnancy test and provide you with the results. If the test is positive, the nurse will assess whether you meet the criteria to schedule you for an ultrasound appointment.
Will my identity be kept confidential?
Yes, absolutely. Your privacy is very important to us. All of the information you provide to us is kept completely confidential unless the law requires otherwise. 
Why do I need to have an ultrasound?
If you are considering abortion, you need to know if the pregnancy is in the uterus, viable, and how far along you are. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration requires all clinics that provide abortion services have the ability to date pregnancies accurately and to diagnose potential ectopic pregnancies. However, those clinics do not provide ultrasounds at no charge. Having an abortion performed with an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy could be life threatening.