All appointments and services at the Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center are completely free. This is made possible through the generous support of individuals and organizations.
While a missed period is the most common pregnancy symptom, it is not the only one. There are several additional symptoms, which can be found on our pregnancy testing page. If you believe you may be pregnant, please contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Your visit is confidential. Because your privacy is our top priority, we follow HIPPA national standards for privacy and will never disclose your visit without your permission.
Yes. We want everyone who comes through our doors to feel comfortable, so guests are welcome. Due to privacy, we ask that when you are brought to the service room, your guest remain in the waiting room as we verify your information, which will only be a few minutes. After this step, your guest will be welcome to join you for the rest of your appointment.
The signs and symptoms of an STI depend upon the disease. Please go to our STD testing page to learn more. We do offer free testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, as well as HIV screening. We also offer free treatment for Chlamydia.
An ultrasound is recommended after receiving a positive pregnancy test result. We offer free ultrasounds based on criteria determined by our medical staff.
Our registered nurses (RNs) on staff are certified to perform the ultrasound exams that we offer. We have a licensed physician (or medical doctor, M.D.) who serves as our Medical Director providing the standing order for examinations as well as reviewing and signing off on all ultrasound reports. Credentialed medical volunteers also support the work of our centers.
All medical services are free and include pregnancy tests, pregnancy diagnoses through ultrasounds, and STD testing and treatment. All tests are performed by our registered nurses (RNs) and reviewed by a licensed physician. We also provide referrals for situations that are beyond our scope of services.
We encourage you to talk with your Primary Care Doctor about contraceptive needs. We do not provide contraceptives or contraceptive services.