Frequently Asked Questions
How much do you charge?
All our services, including pregnancy tests, options counseling, and limited ultrasounds are always free and completely confidential.
Do I need an appointment?
Appointments are our preferred way to offer services. When you make an appointment, and you provide us with enough information to determine your needs, we will partner you with the appropriate type of appointment and staff.
Walk-ins without an appointment will be seen if the appropriate staff and resources are available.
When is your last appointment?
We take our last client one hour before close. Please refer to the hours for the clinic you’re wanting to visit to determine when you can come in for an appointment.
Can I make an appointment JUST for an ultrasound?
When you schedule an appointment, an ultrasound is not a guaranteed service. Because an ultrasound is a medical procedure, we need to make sure you’re seen by a member of our medical staff before receiving an ultrasound. You’ll first receive a free pregnancy test in our clinic, and if positive, one of our medical staff members will determine if you qualify for an ultrasound.
This determination is made after receiving a pregnancy test at one of our centers.
What is a limited ultrasound?
A limited ultrasound means that we do not assess for gender or other prenatal purposes beyond determining:
- Location of the pregnancy to verify the embryo/fetus is in the uterus and not in the fallopian tubes (which can be a life-threatening emergency).
- Does the embryo/fetus have a heartbeat?
- Gestational age and estimated due date based on the size the embryo/fetus.
How long will a pregnancy test take?
You should allow for at least 60 minutes for your appointment.
Do you give a verification of pregnancy?
Yes, we provide verification of your pregnancy test results based upon your information.
What if I’m under 18?
Regardless of your age, we can provide you resources and information on all your pregnancy options. Our services are free to anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy, so call today to schedule an appointment to go over options and receive education to help you make a fully informed decision.
Do I have to tell my parents?
You don’t need to have parental consent to make an appointment with us. However, if you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy or think you have an STI, it is important to tell your parents. If you need help knowing how to do that, we can help. What you do with your pregnancy is your decision, but you will want a strong support system no matter what you choose, and your parents can help provide that for you.
If I'm pregnant, could I also have an STI?
If you have had any sexual contact, it’s possible that you could have an STI in addition to being pregnant. You can contract an STI through any kind of sexual intercourse. If you think you may be pregnant, it’s important to get tested for STIs as well, because they can pose health risks to you if left untreated. Call today to schedule your free STI screening and pregnancy test.
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