Am I ready to be a mother? How will I finish school? Can I support a baby and raise a child? What should I do? These are big and difficult questions, but you are not alone. We are here to give you hope. First Call Pregnancy Center offers free resources, medical testing, emotional support and judgement-free guidance through the many choices ahead.
Yes, You Do Have Choices!
If you are pregnant, you have three choices: parenting, adoption, abortion. We are here to help you make the best choice for you. This is one of the biggest decisions a woman will ever make and we are here to support you with FREE testing, guidance and hope!
If you are concerned about how you can afford to stay in school, how to talk with your parents, or any other challenge with an unplanned pregnancy, come to First Call Pregnancy Center. Speak with one of our caring, expert staff members about your choices. We can help you make an informed decision and provide the support services you need.
What Our Clients Are Saying
"There’s no judgement, there’s equality."
“I felt wanted. They didn't make me feel out of place.”
"There's a wide range of helpful information. I feel the love. You all seem very open, compassionate and understanding.”
“You can talk to someone and they will give you feedback without judging the person.”
“Everyone seemed to genuinely care.”
“I like the baby center, the videos, the staff, and the fact that you have an ultrasound room on hand.”
“The good advice of keeping my child, and the prayer I received that day.”
“The staff was friendly and showed love and support.”
“What I like best about the Center is coming and learning things I didn’t know about and talking to the counselor and getting the help I need.”
“Feels very warm and loving there.”
First Call has been open since August of 2005 with the intent of helping women in our community. We strive to educate school nurses, doctor’s offices, state agencies, churches, and the general public about how we can help women that find themselves pregnant or parents who would like information on how to take care of their child.