If you are wondering whether or not you’re pregnant, your mind is probably racing with questions. It’s common to feel confused, scared or overwhelmed.
We’re here to help you through your situation, not to judge. We understand that you are the only one who can make a decision about your body. We want to offer you the accurate information you need to make the best decision you can. We provide information on all your options in a safe, comfortable and confidential peer counseling setting as well as ongoing pregnancy support. In addition we can provide you with trusted community referrals for things such as housing, legal advice, professional counseling, medical help and financial assistance.
The first step to take to see if you might be pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. Common symptoms of pregnancy include a late or missed period, tender or swollen breasts, frequent urination, fatigue, and nausea.
Contact us now to come by for your free self-administered pregnancy test. (479) 394-1186
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