Appointments are available Monday - Thursday.  All service are 100% free of charge and confidential.


Together, you and an options specialist will walk through education on all your options including abortion procedures  & risks, adoption  and parenting resources. You'll also have time to ask questions and discuss your feelings so that you can be sure to make your choice based on facts not feelings.

Most clients can expect to be with us for 60 minutes for a pregnancy test. Ultrasound appointments can take a bit longer at times and will not usually be on the same day as the test. 

When you make your appointment you will receive instruction about filling out our online health screening questionnaire. We ask that you submit this the morning of your appointment.

When you arrive, please do so on time and enter through the front door. Those who have a handicap may enter through the rear entrance where the ramp is. We ask that you bring a photo ID with you. Acceptable forms of ID can be a school ID, state issued ID, driver’s license or passport. Until all government regulations regarding Covid-19 are lifted, we ask that you wear a mask and submit to a temperature check. You may bring one guest with you for support. They must also be willing to submit to the same health screening. Clients with children will need to arrange for outside childcare as children are not permitted into the building at this time. 

Teleconference and no contact test pick ups are available for those who may have been exposed to Covid-19. These clients must have access to the internet and be willing to submit paperwork and ID by text or email. Ultrasound will be available only after 14 days from the last symptom.

*The PCOL does not perform or refer abortion services. Since we gain nothing from your decision, our goal is to remain neutral in your decision by providing information and emotional support during this difficult time. 


We want to emphasize that you are important to us. We can and want to help you. All contact is confidential.