How do I know if I’m pregnant?
You may be experiencing common pregnancy symptoms like a missed period, tender/swollen breasts, nausea with or without vomiting, fatigue, or increased urination. The best thing to do is take a pregnancy test to be sure.
Get clarity today with our free and confidential, clinical pregnancy tests. We can talk with you afterwards about what’s next.
Do I need to schedule an appointment?
If you are a first-time client, or in a crisis, you don’t need an appointment, but you may have to wait to see someone. If you call before coming a volunteer will be ready when you arrive. Established clients need to make an appointment for the Pregnancy Program and to receive material assistance.
HOw Much Does An Appointment Cost?
All Choose Hope Women’s Center services are provided free of charge, regardless of your income level. We know how stressful your financial circumstances can become with an unexpected pregnancy and we are here to help relieve some of that pressure.
What do I need to bring to apply?
You do not need anything for Choose Hope Women’s Center to help you. You do not need proof of citizenship, residence, income, birth, or custody. We do reserve the right to ask for ID if that is in question. If you need support services from Choose Hope Women’s Center for a child that is not biologically yours, we reserve the right to ask for guardianship, kinship, or custody papers after the initial visit.
What Are the Risks of Abortion?
An abortion involves many possible complications and risks. According to the Mayo Clinic, common risks of medical abortion include infection, incomplete abortion, heavy and prolonged bleeding, and more.
With surgical abortion come risks like incomplete abortion, infection, damage to the womb/cervix, uterine perforation, excessive bleeding, and more.
It’s important to consider these risks before moving forward with an abortion.