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Considering an Abortion?

We provide info on medical and surgical abortions and offer free pregnancy support services.

Abortion pill information

We provide evidence-based medical information on the abortion pill to help you make a fully informed decision.

The abortion pill is not an option for women with certain health conditions, for women in their second or third trimester, or if the pregnancy is not viable. Come see us to confirm your pregnancy and verify how far along you are.

Abortion procedure information

If you are in your second trimester or late-term and are considering an abortion, take the time you need to learn more about your options. Learn more about the types of abortion by trimester, side effects, and other helpful abortion information in a pressure-free environment.

How we can help

Make an appointment for a free pregnancy testing appointment and options consultation. We can determine how far along you are, inform you about the options available to you, and answer any questions you may have about pregnancy and abortion.  


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  • Can I walk in or do I need to make an appointment?
    We highly recommend that you schedule an appointment to make sure that we are available to meet with you in a timely manner. We accept walk-ins too.
  • How do I know if I am pregnant?
    The easiest way to determine if you are pregnant is to take a free pregnancy test at our clinic. Just because your period is late doesn’t always mean you are pregnant. Stress, hormonal changes, weight gain or loss are all possible reasons for a change in your menstrual cycle. We recommend you wait until the week after your period should have started. Learn more about our free pregnancy tests here.
  • How accurate is the pregnancy test?
    Our tests are laboratory rated and 99% accurate. Urine-based pregnancy tests detect the hCG hormone in a pregnant woman’s system. Since the production of hCG can vary greatly from woman to woman, sometimes as much as 20 fold, time periods when a “positive” test occurs can also vary. Our pregnancy tests can often detect some women’s hCG level as early as 7 days after conception (21-24 days after the first day of your last period), although some women’s hCG level is not detectable until at least one week after a missed period.
  • When should I get an ultrasound?
    An ultrasound is the next step following a positive pregnancy test. It will give you vital information such as how far along you are, if your pregnancy is viable, and if implantation has occurred inside the uterus.
  • Can I have a retest if my test is negative and my period still doesn’t start?
    Yes, you may be scheduled for another test. The hCG hormone concentration doubles approximately every 2.2 days during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
  • If I'm a minor, do my parents need to know about my appointment?
    No. Pregnancy-related services are considered confidential even for minors (with the exception of abortion because parental consent may be required.) You are protected by HIPAA and other privacy laws. However, we do encourage you to involve your parents if you are pregnant.
  • What do I need to bring to receive services?
    A driver’s license or photo identification card is required to receive services.
  • How much do your services cost?
    All of our services are provided at no cost to our clients.
  • Do you provide or refer for abortions? Do I have to make a decision right away?
    We do not provide or refer for abortion services. We believe women deserve to get information from a place that does not financially benefit from your decision and talk through their options in a pressure-free environment.
  • Do you provide contraceptives?
    We believe your doctor is best positioned to talk with you about contraceptive needs. We do not provide contraceptives or contraceptive services.
  • How are you funded?
    We are funded by the generous support of individuals, organizations and grants. We receive no state or federal funding.
  • Can I get birth control or the morning after pill at PRC?
    We don't provide or refer for contraceptives (birth control) or the morning after pill. If you have questions or concerns regarding these medications, please contact your medical provider.

DISCLAIMER: We provide education on abortion and pregnancy options. We do not refer for or perform abortions or financially benefit from any decision you make.

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