Q: Do I have to make an appointment for a pregnancy test?
A: It is preferred that you make an appointment. An appointment ensures that we will be able to see you & answer all your questions.
Q: What can I expect during my first appointment?
A: Each appointment varies, but as a new client, this is what you can expect. You will be directed to a comfortable, private room to fill out some quick paperwork. When you are finished a trained advocate will meet with you and provide you with directions on the process of the pregnancy test. After the test is complete, a nurse will join you and the advocate to report your results and answer any medical questions you may have. Because most appointments are one hour in length, we recommend that you make an appointment.
Q: Do you offer referrals for abortion or birth control?
A: We do not perform or refer for abortion or birth control; however, we are committed to giving you the most accurate information regarding all of your options, including information on pregnancy development, abortion procedures and risks.
Q: How do you offer your services free of charge?
A: Real Choices Clinic is a non-profit organization receiving most of its funds and material resources from private organizations and individuals who have a heart for the community. Because of their generosity, we are able to offer all of our programs and services free of charge.
Q: What services does the Mobile Clinic offer?
A: The Clinic offers free pregnancy testing, ultrasound exams, and options information. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, our services may be closer than you think. Check the calendar here (with link) for Real Choices Mobile Clinic’s schedule.