Pregnancy Help Inc. provides a variety of free services, so you can make an informed and empowered choice for your unplanned pregnancy!
Free Pregnancy Tests
Have you missed your period? Are you experiencing pregnancy symptoms? Perhaps you’ve already taken a pregnancy test at home, but want a second opinion.
Pregnancy Help Inc. provides free pregnancy tests so you can be certain you’re pregnant. Results are 99% accurate and 100% confidential!
Pregnancy Options Counseling
Looking for a safe, non-judgmental space to sort through your thoughts and explore your options? Consider visiting Pregnancy Help Inc. for an options counseling session! Our compassionate client advocates can answer all of your questions regarding abortion*, adoption, and parenting!
*Please note that Pregnancy Help Inc. does not provide or refer for abortion services.
Ultrasounds provide vital information about your pregnancy! They confirm how far along you are in your pregnancy and whether or not the pregnancy is developing properly inside the uterus. Having this information will inform your abortion options going forward!
Referrals for Community Resources
Pregnancy Help offers ongoing support starting with your first office visit. We provide referrals for community resources including:
- Health insurance
- Maternity leave
- Other services available upon request
Whatever you may need, we’re here to help. Our years of successful partnership with other community agencies and social services organizations can be put to work for you!
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