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Medical Services

Free and confidential services in Henderson County

Pregnancy tests & ultrasounds

Your first step is to find out if you are actually pregnant. A missed period is the most common indication, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re pregnant.


Pregnancy tests are an indicator of pregnancy, not a confirmation. Pregnancy tests can provide invalid results, and false positives can still happen. Hormonal changes, stress, diet, and exercise all influence your cycle and reproductive health. Home tests can produce incorrect results for other reasons as well.

If you think you may be pregnant, we can provide you with a free pregnancy test. If your test is positive, we can schedule a free limited obstetric ultrasound. An ultrasound is the only method that can 100% confirm your pregnancy and determine how far along you are.

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explore your options

Learn more about the abortion pill, abortion procedures, adoption, and parenting options

STDs and your health

Every year in the U.S. there are an estimated 20 million new STD infections, and nearly half of all new STD cases occur in people ages 15 to 24. Anyone who is sexually active is at risk for contracting an STD, no matter what form of birth control you use. 

An estimated half of all sexually active unmarried people will get an STD before the age of 25. Many people who are infected don't know they are. Even if you haven't experienced any symptoms, you may still need to get tested. 

how we can help

Our caring medical professionals provide free sexual health education and free STD testing and treatment for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Trichomoniasis via noninvasive urine sample.

We are here for you with compassionate care and a safe, confidential place to talk about relationships and sexual health. 

when should I get tested?

You need to get tested if:

  • you've recently had unprotected sex

  • you've had a change in partners

  • you have experienced itching or burning in your pelvic area

  • you are pregnant

  • you have scheduled an abortion

You may need to get tested even if you have no symptoms or consistently use a condom. Sex always carries the risks of STDs, even oral and anal sex.

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