Yes, we take walk-ins! However, we generally recommend making an appointment to guarantee that we can see you the day you want. For a pregnancy test appointment, we recommend that you arrive at least an hour before closing. Ultrasounds are done by appointment only, after we determine your eligibility.
In order to provide the best possible care, we ask that you allow about an hour for your appointment, or an hour and a half for a walk-in. If you are coming on a lunch break, or need to make special arrangements, we ask that you call the center first and let us know at (907) 337-9292.
If you have a positive test, we may be able to schedule a first trimester ultrasound. Our ultrasounds are limited in scope, and are meant to help you determine whether the pregnancy is medically viable and how far along you are.
We ask that you drink at least 3 glasses of water about 45 minutes prior to your exam, and that you don’t empty your bladder until after the ultrasound. The appointment takes about an hour. We generally recommend bringing the father-of-the-baby to your ultrasound appointment.
Yes. Whether it’s a friend, family member, or the father-of-the-baby, we understand the need for moral support. For the sake of your privacy, we will meet with you individually at first and then invite your friend back when you’re comfortable.
CPC offers free and confidential abortion information and education, but we do not provide or refer for abortion. Prior to obtaining an abortion it is necessary to know how far along you are, as certain abortion procedures are not recommended for certain stages of pregnancy. It is also important to ensure that the pregnancy is viable and has implanted in the uterus. If the pregnancy is not viable you may not need an abortion, or you may require further medical care. Our free sonogram consultations will help you get all the information you need as you decide what is best for you and your future.
All our services are free! This includes STD testing, pregnancy tests, limited ultrasound, and parenting classes with material support.
No. Your confidentiality is a priority for us, and we never give out personal information without your consent.
Yes, and you’re not alone. Our center offers confidential, compassionate support designed to help women and men work through these feelings.