General Questions 

What do I need to bring to my appointment? 

All you need to bring is your photo ID. If you do not have one, we will take your picture for our records. 

Can I bring my partner or a friend with me? 

Yes! We know you are facing a really big decision, and we know your partner is an important part of your choice. We are available to talk to your partner or a friend as well. 

Will I need to present proof of insurance? 

All our services are FREE, so you will not need to present proof of insurance. 

Is there a bus stop near your office?

Yes! The Lee Highway & Graham Road stop and the Lee Highway & Woodley Place stop are right by our office.

I’m pregnant- now what? 

You have the options of terminating your pregnancy (abortion) or carrying your pregnancy to term and either parenting or making an adoption plan. None of these choices are easy.  Our staff and trained advocates will give you the time and information needed to explore all three options, located here on our site. 

Pregnancy-Related Questions

What are the common symptoms of pregnancy?

Every woman is unique, so symptoms vary widely, but you can read about the most common symptoms on our Signs & Symptoms page.

Why is my period late?

There are many reasons your period could be late besides pregnancy. These include stress, lifestyle changes, various birth control methods, and thyroid issues, to name a few.

Someone is pressuring me to abort, but I am not sure that I want to have an abortion. What should I do?

This is your decision. No one can force you to do something you do not want to do. No one can force you to have an abortion, even if you are a minor. Our commitment to you is to fully educate you so that you feel empowered to make your decision. We are here to connect you to the resources you need to make your choice.

 

Additional Resources

Are you a victim of domestic or sexual violence? Please call:
Fairfax County’s 24-hour domestic and sexual violence hotline at 703-360-7273

Are you feeling suicidal? There is help!
Please contact The National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273- 8255.