I'm pregnant - now what?
You Have Options.
If you're pregnant, there are options available to you. The Pregnancy Care Center is here to walk with you while you make decisions regarding your pregnancy. We can offer you a pregnancy test and a limited ultrasound exam if you have a positive pregnancy test at the Pregnancy Care Center and you are far enough along in your pregnancy.
“The education I received helped me feel very informed and supported. The best part of my experience was the respect from all employees.” - Patient
How Do I Decide?
Only you can decide what to do but it can be helpful to talk about it with someone you trust. It's a good idea to talk with those that care about you and want to help you such as your parents, another family member, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend, school counselor, religious advisor or trusted adult. It can also be helpful to list the pros and cons about each decision, which Pregnancy Care Center's licensed nurses and patient advocates would be happy to help you with. Click the button below to schedule an appointment.
“The education made us feel well informed and better prepared. The staff was very respectful and kind. We have been here twice and everyone and everything is great.” - Patient
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Being a parent can be a wonderful experience, and a child can bring joy into your life. Parenting can also come with challenges no matter what the circumstances. We help new parents (both mom and dad) evaluate their circumstances and develop a plan to meet their needs.
Many women are choosing adoption and are proud about their decision. Some women do not feel ready to parent and see adoption as an option that benefits everyone involved.
If you are pregnant, you may be considering abortion. We can provide you with important information before scheduling an abortion so you have all the facts and know which procedure you would most likely experience. This includes receiving confirmation of pregnancy through a laboratory-grade pregnancy test and learning more about your pregnancy including the fetal age, viability, and location through ultrasound.