Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need an appointment?
Walk-ins are welcome, but for better assistance, we recommend making an appointment. We want to get to know you and hear about your specific situation so we can offer individual, tailored-to-you support
When can I get an appointment?
Call us at 210-354-4357 or fill out the form to make an appointment.
How much will my appointment cost?
Our services are offered to you at no cost. You won’t be required to pay for anything.
How long does an appointment usually last?
Depending on the services and guidance you need, an appointment can last 45 minutes to an hour.
Can I bring someone with me?
We want you to be as comfortable as possible during your visit. You are more than welcome to bring someone with you.
Is my appointment confidential?
Yes. We do not share any test results, conversations, or your ultimate plans with anyone.
When Should I Get An Ultrasound?
If you received a positive pregnancy test from us, an ultrasound is your next best step to monitor your pregnancy and look for any abnormalities. We offer no-cost ultrasounds on a limited basis depending on your situation.
How Do I Know If I Am Pregnant?
A missed period is usually the first sign of pregnancy, although there are other symptoms. If you suspect you might be pregnant, schedule your free pregnancy test with us.
What Are The Signs Of A STD?
Many STDs and STIs have no immediate symptoms. They can lead to dangerous consequences if left unchecked. We recommend you get tested at least once a year and before you have sex with a new partner.
What If I Don’t Know My Next Steps?
Many women do not know what to do about their unplanned pregnancies. Your best first step is to make an appointment for a no-cost pregnancy test and possibly a no-cost ultrasound. Once you have all of the information you need, we can talk about your options.
What Is The Abortion Pill?
The abortion pill is a medication abortion method. The FDA has approved this method of abortion up to 70 days from the first day of your last menstrual period. You may need to have a surgical abortion past that date.