How much do your services cost?
We provide FREE services to all of our clients. We are donation-supported, care-driven, and professionally trained to provide quality medical care to the Lubbock community at no cost.
I am pregnant and considering abortion; what should I do next?
If you think you might be pregnant, there are some important things to consider that affect your health. You first need to confirm your pregnancy. You can schedule an appointment at our clinic to confirm your pregnancy with a FREE, medically-accurate test with one of our registered nurses.
Do I need an ultrasound if I am planning to have an abortion?
The short answer is “yes.” An ultrasound determines whether your pregnancy is viable, whether it’s in the uterus, and how many weeks along you are. All three of these things are important, no matter what pregnancy option you are considering. Approximately 1 in 5 known pregnancies will end in a miscarriage. In the case of a miscarriage, you wouldn’t need to terminate. If you do have a viable pregnancy, your gestational age would determine the types of termination procedures available.
What if I am under 18?
No matter your age, your confidentiality is a priority. If you are under 18, by Texas Law, you don’t need your parents’ permission to have a pregnancy test, ultrasound, or STD test. We will not disclose any information to your parents.
What if I have taken an abortion medication or the abortion pill?
If you have taken the first dose of the abortion pill (Mifeprex or RU-486) very recently and wish to try and reverse it, contact us or call (877) 558-0333 immediately.
If I have already had an abortion, what should I do?
We have post-abortion support groups that walk with you through the aftereffects of an abortion.
We do not refer or perform abortions. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.