February 13, 2015

Common Questions & Answers

Am I really pregnant?
A pregnancy may be detected as early as seven to 10 days after conception. It is important that you receive a lab quality pregnancy test. If the test is positive, an ultrasound is advised to confirm your pregnancy.


Is anyone going to find out about my visit?
No. We respect your confidentiality and have policies in place to insure that we offer you a confidential and nonjudgmental atmosphere.
Click here for our Notice of Privacy Practices


Do your services cost anything?
No. All of our services are free and confidential.


How long does a visit take? 
Your visit length depends on several factors, including what services you are receiving. At the time that you make an appointment, our staff will tell you how long to expect your visit to last, as well as what items and information to bring with you. Visits normally take a minimum of 30 minutes and can last up to 1.5 hours.


What do I need to bring with me?
You will need to present a photo ID at your visit. Other items may be required depending on what services you are receiving. We can not provide child care.


Do I need to make an appointment?
Appointments are recommended so that your wait time will be shortened once you arrive. We also want to make sure that we can best meet your needs. Appointments can be made by calling Monday-Tuesday 9:00-4:00, Wednesday 8:00-2:00, and Thursday 9:00-5:00 at 205-221-5860.