ALL SERVICES ARE FREE OF CHARGE.
Sierra Pregnancy + Health (SPH) provides complete information on all types of surgical/chemical abortion procedures and the possible physical, mental, and emotional side effects of having an abortion. An unplanned pregnancy may feel overwhelming and many voices may be telling you what you should do. At SPH, we would like to talk with you about all your options so you can make an educated, informed decision about your pregnancy. There are a couple of things to consider:
- Be sure you are pregnant: Before getting any type of abortion, you will need to know for sure that you're actually pregnant and how far along you are.
- Receive a no cost limited diagnostic ultrasounds to help determine if the pregnancy is viable.
- Receive accurate abortion information: You deserve to know what abortion methods are used at different stages of pregnancy and what risks are involved in each procedure. We help you understand all the facts, so you can make an informed decision. We neither refer for or perform abortion services.
- Emergency abortion pill reversal information is also available.
Our patient advocates are knowledgeable about a number of adoption options. As a birth mother, you have the ability to select a family for your child, as well as determine if you would like to have contact with the child in the future. Patient advocates who have personal experience with adoption, either as an adoptee or as a birth mother are available.
If you decide to parent, Sierra Pregnancy + Health's care network can provide you with on-going Earn While You Learn pregnancy support, classes and resources that will help you meet your goals for yourself and for your baby. SPH also has access to hundreds of resources and networks that will prepare you for parenthood and beyond. Patient advocates are available to listen to your story, your concerns, and your hopes for the future.
Sierra Pregnancy & Health (SPH) does not offer or refer for abortions or emergency birth control. This information is intended for educational purposes only and should not be considered professional medical advice.