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Free Pregnancy Tests

Testing at a PVCPC has two advantages: tests are free and they have staff who will gladly talk with you about your next steps. If a positive pregnancy test will be something you did not want to find out—having staff to meet with you and talk with you about your options can be very helpful. Contact us today for help.

Pregnancy Options Education

Pregnancy brings choices. All of them present certain problems, difficulties, and/or responsibilities. You have three options when it comes to your pregnancy.

1. Parenting

This choice is difficult when you feel that your career, education, financial stability, and relationships may be negatively affected by raising a child. Your concerns are valid. Our peer consultants are trained to help you examine these issues.

Take your time. Parenting is a lifelong commitment with many rewards and challenges. Children are the biggest responsibility you will ever carry. Thankfully, you do not have to face it alone.

2. Adoption

Often, this seems to be the most difficult choice to make, regardless of the impact it may have on career, education, financial stability, and relationships. The idea of carrying a child for nine months only to place him in the care of another family may seem emotionally impossible.

Thankfully, you have time to think about it. Pregnant women considering adoption have their entire pregnancies to prepare, weigh, and finally decide about placing for adoption. Remember, you don’t have to face it alone.

The peer consultants at the PVCPC can help you work through the process. If you decide to place your baby with a family, we can help you develop the adoption plan that is right for you and your baby.

*The PVCPC does not work as an adoption agency. We will, however, provide information and contacts to those who are reliable.

3. Abortion

If you are considering an abortion, you probably have many questions.  What will happen to me? What will the doctor be doing? Will it be painful? How long is recovery? Will the baby feel pain?

Contact us today to learn about the side effects and risks of this option. You deserve to know the facts before making your final decision.

Resource Referral​

We at the PVCPC do not have all of the answers. We will listen to your concerns and questions. We will use our resources and skills to help you find the answers you need.   

‘Earn While You Learn’ Program

If you decide to parent, the CPC will help you prepare for your future with education and support through our “Earn While You Learn Program.”

We offer courses for expectant and new mothers. They cover a variety of issues about pregnancy and parenting. By completing these courses our clients earn “Mommy Bucks” to purchase items for you or your baby. 

Know my state.
Know my options.


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