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Pregnancy + Health Center

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, there may be people and influences weighing on you as you consider options for your next steps.

But only you can make the decision that’s right for you.

Wellspring offers a confidential place for you to discuss your situation and your options. We’re here to provide factual information about pregnancy and abortion, so you can make a plan for your next steps.

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Considering Abortion?

Empower yourself with all the facts before you decide if abortion is right for you. Abortion is a medical procedure, so you owe it to yourself to get complete information.


Worried After Sex?

Any unprotected sex puts you at risk to STDs or possible pregnancy. Contact us today to find out what steps you should consider taking next.


I May Be Pregnant

Each Pregnancy is unique, and symptoms may vary. If you are experiencing symptoms or have missed one or more periods, make an appointment with us for a free and confidential pregnancy test.

Your results are completely confidential.


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