Learn More About Abortion

If you are considering abortion, we’re here to help you make an informed choice. We want to make sure you have the information you need and know the options available to you at this point in your pregnancy. Make your appointment today.

Be Sure You’re Really Pregnant

Before you schedule an appointment for an abortion, it’s important to make sure you’re really pregnant. We offer free medical-quality pregnancy tests to help you confirm your pregnancy. If you have a positive test at our center, you may qualify for a complimentary ultrasound to determine how far along you are and the viability of your pregnancy.

Understand Abortion

Often, women who consider going to an abortion clinic know little about the different abortion procedures and what they may experience with an abortion. You deserve to know the facts and be fully informed before booking an appointment at a clinic that performs abortions.  During your pregnancy test appointment, our staff will educate you and answer any questions you have, especially regarding the new abortion law in Texas.

Effective September 1, 2021, Texas passed Senate Bill 8 (SB8), also known as the “heartbeat bill.” This law states once a heartbeat is detected, abortion is no longer a legal option. The heartbeat begins around 21 days after conception and is detectable on ultrasound around six weeks of pregnancy.

We will discuss what medical procedures are legally available and what other options are available to you at this point in your pregnancy so you can make the best decision for yourself.  All our services are free of charge, so we have no financial interest in any decisions you make as a result of your appointment.

Before Seeking An Abortion

Make a pregnancy test appointment to meet with our staff to discuss your personal situation, discuss your options, and get all the answers to any questions you may have.

  • Do you know for sure you are pregnant?
  • Do you know how far along you are?
  • What are your rights with abortion providers in Texas?
  • What are the risks?