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Pregnancy-related services and beyond

Facing the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy can cause a rush of panic and intense emotions. Life can feel like it has been turned upside down. You do not have to go through it alone. Our pregnancy help center is here to help you work through your pregnancy options. We provide accurate information, free pregnancy testing, free pregnancy ultrasounds, material assistance, parenting classes (fathers are welcome), free STD testing, and much more.

How we can help you

Free Pregnancy Testing

Thinking you might be pregnant can be scary, especially when that pregnancy is unplanned. You need to know as soon as possible if you should start exploring your pregnancy options. Over the counter pregnancy testing kits require you to miss a period before administering reliable results. That can mean weeks of agonizing over the possibility. Now, you do not have to wait. Our pregnancy center provides free pregnancy testing capable of detecting the pregnancy hormone hCG within three weeks after your last period.

Pregnancy begins when the male’s sperm fertilizes or joins with the female’s ovum (egg). The average pregnancy lasts 38-42 weeks. It is divided into three trimesters: 1-12 weeks; 13-26 weeks; and 26 weeks until birth.

For more information about pregnancy, visit the American Pregnancy Association.

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Informed consent information and options education for abortion are included in our free services
However, the facilities listed in this web site do not perform or refer for abortion services.

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The information and graphics contained on this site are for informational and educational purposes only. This site is designed to promote broad knowledge of various pregnancy or sexual health topics and general understanding concerning pregnancy. It is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice, or professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Pregnancy and other health issues need to be diagnosed by your physician or other qualified health care provider in person. Home tests and online discussions do not qualify as diagnosis or advise for treatment. Make an appointment with one of our center medical team or with your physician to discuss any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen. Follow your medical provider’s instructions and never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of something you have read on a website or social media.