You have options when you are facing an unplanned pregnancy. You may be facing pressures from your partner, your family, or your friends. Or you may be on your own to decide whether you will carry to term and parent, make adoption plans, or terminate the pregnancy. This is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Learn about your different options here.       


** Depending on how far along you are, there are various methods of abortion.


  • Performed up to 10 weeks
  • Often referred to as a Medical Abortion, Chemical Abortion, or the Abortion Pill (Mifepristone or RU-486)
  • Uses a combination of oral, vaginal, or injectable drugs resulting in the expulsion of the fetus from the uterus


  • Performed up to 22 weeks
  • Uses vacuum aspiration, curette, suction and other surgical methods to remove contents of the uterus
  • May require multiple visits, depending on the stage of pregnancy 

Free Pre-Abortion Screenings

If you are considering abortion as your first option, our pre-abortion screening will equip you to make an informed decision. Our screenings include the following:

Lab Quality Pregnancy Test

No more worrying if that over-the-counter test is accurate. You can know with great confidence if you’re pregnant by having one of our professional staff perform your pregnancy test using the highest quality tests available.

Limited Ultrasound

This test performed by our licensed medical staff, paired with our lab-quality pregnancy testing, is the best way to know if you’re pregnant and also if your pregnancy is viable. This scan allows us to evaluate how far along you are in your pregnancy and if it looks like it is progressing normally. According to March of Dimes, “As many as half of all pregnancies may end in miscarriage.” An ultrasound will help you know if abortion is even necessary, as well as what type of abortion you would need.

STI/STD Education & Referrals

If you desire to protect your future, it is important to know more about STIs/STDs when you’re looking to schedule an abortion procedure. Without proper care and treatment of STDs prior to an abortion, your future health could be at risk.


Adoption is not for everyone, but it is an option. It may be something to consider if you find yourself asking: “Will I be able to continue my education? Am I ready to be a mother?”

Considering adoption is a part of looking at all the choices you have. Our Center can  provide you will medical consultation and other confidential services, all at no charge while you navigate through your pregnancy options.

Adoption looks different today than it did in the past. You have the power to control the process, and based on your situational needs, you can have as much or as little interaction and involvement as you choose.

Open Adoption

You can choose adoptive parents and engage in an ongoing relationship, maintaining contact.

Semi-Open Adoption

You can choose the adoptive parents and communicate through an agency.

Closed Adoption

You can remain anonymous and the adoptive parents are selected by the agency based


Not everyone is ready to parent, but it is an option to consider. Our Center offers services designed to assist you in the parenting option, all at no charge to you.

** LifeCare Center does not provide abortions nor does it refer for abortions.