All of our services are FREE!
Our goal is for you to be informed and protected as you determine what's next for you.
Our caring medical personnel can answer medical questions you have surrounding your pregnancy. We will discuss your options and topics that include - the different abortion procedures and risks, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, health concerns and more. We are here for you and never want you to go through the unexpected alone! The World Health Organization recommends you have a medical assessment and evaluation of need for certain lab work prior to an abortion. Following an assessment, we can offer this testing free of charge.
Have you taken 2, 5, 10 or more pregnancy test at home and want to confirm what you may already know? At North Georgia Pregnancy Services Center you will receive immediate results on the day of your appointment from our medical-grade, 99% accurate urine pregnancy tests. You will also meet with our professional staff to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.
Although a pregnancy test is the first indication that you’re pregnant, it is not a medical diagnosis for pregnancy. It does not tell you how far along you might be. Having an ultrasound, performed by trained medical staff, and reviewed by a doctor, is essential to your health and will aid you in determining the next steps for you and your pregnancy. If considering an abortion you must first know if it is an intrauterine pregnancy and an ultrasound is needed for this. It is recommended by the World Health Organization that you get an ultrasound prior to an abortion. We offer this free if you qualify during medical assessment, for your health and safety and to help you make a well-informed personal decision.
If you are pregnant, or think you might be pregnant, and think you have an STI/STD make an appointment with us to discuss free testing and prescribed treatment.
Sexual activity not only puts you at risk for pregnancy but also for sexually transmitted infections (STI) and sexually transmitted diseases (STD). It’s important to ensure that you protect yourself regardless of what you decide in your pregnancy outcome. If you are sexually active, you should be tested for STI/STDs on a regular basis.
Some STI/STDs can be treated and cured with medications, but early detection is key for effective treatment. Other STI/STDs cannot be cured but symptoms can be managed.