What We Do
Pregnancy Help Center is a mobile ultrasound unit that offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, consultations, referrals, and education to women in crisis and unplanned pregnancies. All of our services are free and confidential.
Know Your Options
On the mobile unit our Client Advocates will discuss the following:
A missed period is the most commonly reported first sign of pregnancy. Nausea or morning sickness is the second most commonly reported early pregnancy symptom. A change in breasts, including swelling, tenderness, or discomfort, is the third most commonly reported early sign of pregnancy. The fourth sign of pregnancy is fatigue or tiredness. If you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms, it is best to wait until you miss your period before you take a pregnancy test.
There are many types of hormone based birth control pills that often come with side effects that can make you want to switch. These include:
- Breast Tenderness
- Breakthrough Bleeding
- Decreased Libido
- Mood Swings
Our Client Advocates are here to introduce you to more natural ways to plan your family, such as Natural Family Planning and the Creighton Model.
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- Access health care services and providers
- Referrals for housing
- Translation assistance
- Infant clothing and newborn equipment
- Legal assistance and referrals
- Educational opportunities
If you choose to parent, our staff will be there to discuss with you the services we provide to offer you a continuum of care throughout your pregnancy. Some of these services include: counseling for women with unplanned pregnancies, access to health care services and providers, referrals for housing and rental opportunities, translation assistance, donations of supplemental infant clothing and newborn equipment, legal assistance and referrals, support as needed to other pregnancy resource centers, and educational opportunities for expectant mothers.
Exploring options for your family: Though the adoption process can often be overwhelming and confusing, our staff provides the education, support, and services necessary for each stage of your adoption.
Here is a visual of the development of the fetus throughout the 40 weeks of pregnancy.
I had just been abandoned by the father of my unborn baby, and was celebrating my sixth month of sobriety. Despite that, I was sleeping on a couch and unable to make ends meet. I could not even visit my own daughter, who was living with my ex-boyfriend. I had no idea what to do until I found a client advocate who listened to my story, was kind and supportive, and who didn’t pressure me into making a decision. I felt empowered for the first time in a long time. I chose to keep my child. This advocate gave me an armful of maternity clothes, some legal aid referrals, and even a bottle of water. She has kept in touch with me throughout my pregnancy, and now, I am 20 weeks pregnant. I just sent this sonogram picture to my client advocate and told her that I had decided to name my daughter “Sutton”Janie