Free pregnancy tests
If you think you may be pregnant but want to be sure, we offer free pregnancy tests administered by medical professionals.
Another way to determine the health of your pregnancy is through limited obstetrical ultrasound. If you test positive for pregnancy, you may be eligible for a free ultrasound exam.
Free baby items
Choosing to have a baby can be daunting because it seems scary and expensive, but we are here to help! We offer free classes where you learn parenting skills while earning baby items such as cribs, carseats, diapers, formula, and more.
More free resources
We are here to care for your reproductive health, and therefore we offer many more free resources in addition to those listed above. For example, we provide free STI/STD testing, counseling, and pregnancy support.
We’re here to help!
We provide free medical services, counseling, education classes, mentorship, and practical support regardless of age, race, or religion.
CPC Women’s Health Resource will provide you with a FREE professional CLIA approved urine pregnancy test performed by a licensed medical professional. You will have the results before you leave.
Statistics show 1 in 5 pregnancies ends naturally in miscarriage. A state-of-the-art method of determining the viability of your pregnancy is through limited obstetrical ultrasound. A licensed medical professional will perform your free ultrasound, which is easy and pain free. If you wish, a support person may join you in the ultrasound room.
To schedule your confidential STD/STI appointment, call +1 (800) 633-3339 today! You will receive appropriate treatment if you test positive for any STD/STI(s) that are curable.
We offer over 100 free sessions custom fit to meet your personal needs. These sessions allow you to earn baby items and, at the same time, increase your parenting skills. Baby items you can earn include: cribs, car seats, diapers, formula and much more.
We offer a post-abortion support group called H.E.A.R.T (Healing the Effects of Abortion Related Trauma), which is led by women who have experienced abortion(s) and its side effects first hand.