Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much do your pregnancy tests cost?
A. There are no charges for our pregnancy tests or for any of our services.

Q. What type of pregnancy test do you provide and how accurate is it?
A. We provide lab-quality urine tests that are 99 percent accurate.

Q. When will I get the results?
A. You will receive the results during your pregnancy test visit.

Q. Do you provide any medical services?
A. Yes, we provide sonograms provided by a nurse or certified sonographer.

Q. Do you offer sonograms?
A. Yes.

Q. I know that I'm pregnant. Why should I have a sonogram?
A. Although a positive pregnancy test may be accurate, various studies show that anywhere from 15 to 30 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage, which may not be obvious for a period of time. It is important to have a sonogram to check for a heartbeat to confirm pregnancy and to find out how far along the pregnancy is.

Q. I don't have insurance. What do I do?
A. During your pregnancy test visit, we can share many resources with you and provide you with a Proof of Pregnancy form for Medicaid.

Q. I am undecided about what to do if I am pregnant. What can you do to help me?
A. We are committed to sharing information on abortion, adoption and parenting. We know that every woman's situation is different, and you deserve to know all of the facts so that you can make an informed decision.

Find out when the Community Mobile Sonogram will be in an area near you.

Clients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Services are not guaranteed.
Please call to see if you qualify for services and arrive early. Clients may not be accepted during the last 45 minutes of the scheduled site time.

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