We provide pregnancy confirmation and, for qualified clients, limited obstetrical ultrasound.
We offer laboratory-quality urine pregnancy tests with immediate results. A positive pregnancy test (including a home test) is an indication of pregnancy. However, an ultrasound exam can confirm the test result.
When you arrive for your appointment – either scheduled or you walk in – we will ask you to provide a valid photo ID and fill out a form requesting services. You will also be asked to provide a urine sample to run the pregnancy test.
Plan on 45 – 60 minutes with an Aspire client advocate, who will listen to your story and provide you with relevant pregnancy decision help, in a safe and comfortable environment.
We are often asked if a support person may come with you for the appointment. Absolutely! It's important to have the support of a friend or family member who will respect you and your decision during an uncertain time.
A positive pregnancy test is an indication of pregnancy, but not a confirmation. An ultrasound exam will confirm your pregnancy.
If you have a positive test, an appointment may be offered for an ultrasound as indicated by a medical assessment. There are three key questions you need answers to before making a pregnancy decision. The ultrasound exam can provide answers to the following questions:
- Am I pregnant?
- Is the pregnancy viable – that is, is the pregnancy in the uterus and is there a heartbeat? Or are you at risk for natural miscarriage? (About 10 – 20 known pregnancies end in miscarriage.i) Or do you have a tubal pregnancy requiring immediate medical attention?
- How far along am I?
Plan on 45 minutes for an ultrasound appointment. You may also bring a support person with you.
When facing pregnancy – intended or not, you may need a safe, caring, and confidential place to talk and have your story listened to. Aspire's experienced staff offer compassionate support and helpful resources. Identifying your needs, listening to your concerns, and providing guidance through the decision making process will help you (and your partner if applicable) evaluate the next step.
We will answer your questions about pregnancy, abortion, adoption, STI's (We don’t offer STI testing, but will provide referrals for it), relationship concerns and other related concerns.
Your information is kept in the strictest confidence except as required by law.
Our nurse is available, by appointment, to discuss your medical questions/concerns about pregnancy and sexual health.
We offer pregnancy and parenting classes through our program, Earn While You Learn. One hour classes are available on a myriad of topics from what to expect in your first trimester through how do I get my two year-old to mind – and everything in between.
Taking our classes permits you to participate in our Materials Boutique. The boutique is stocked with diapers, clothing for both baby and mom (maternity only), new cribs & child safety seats, other baby equipment and supplies.
We provide information, referrals and support for those considering adoption.
Our services are designed to inform – so you can decide. We are committed to our clients both during – and after – an unintended pregnancy. We understand the process of making a pregnancy plan is difficult.
Some women may struggle with depression, sadness, grief, fatigue and perhaps even self-harming behaviors after an abortion decision.
Therefore, we offer abortion recovery support for women who have experienced abortion at some point on their life's journey. Abortion recovery support may be offered in a group setting or one on one. Some group leaders have terminated pregnancies themselves and have been trained to help others find hope and healing.
We use the study, Forgiven and Set Free. Support is offered free of charge and classes meet for 8-10 weeks.
Struggling to get over a past abortion? Stop by, call or email us to learn more about this program.
It's a new day and your time to find healing and closure.